Given the condition of multiple jet lag, I got up early to see the sun rise on the Sydney Opera House (what you could see of it beyond a monster ocean liner):-
Then I wandered round the Rocks which I remembered as being full of well-preserved late Victorian houses.
The Rawson Institute for Seamen, a former mariner’s church, now a bar:-
Down to Sydney Harbour Bridge, which I had assumed was a piece of Victorian emgineering, but turns out to have only been completed in 1932, based on the design of the Tyne Bridge which is why it looks so familiar:-
Then, up to Lower Fort Street:-
And back for breakfast:-