"I actually heard several people say that if you do one thing in Sydney, you need to go do the bridge climb," Myers said. "It's an incredible view of the harbor and something that everybody remembers. So I thought it was something that would be special for Monica and something she would remember forever. I had called a few weeks in advance and talked to my tour guide over the phone and worked the whole thing out over the phone. He was an amateur photographer so he said he would help me out."
You're not allowed to carry anything with you on the bridge climb, but the tour guide gave Myers a wristband with a string attached so he could tie it to the ring to prevent the possibility of it falling.
"The whole time going up the bridge, there's a great tour that they give, a lot of good information that they give and I didn't hear a single word our tour guide said on the way up," Myers said. "I was pretty focused at that point. I was honed in on my speech at the top of the bridge. And when it came time to ask her, I had forgotten all of it, I had no idea what I was saying. So I didn't hear any of the tour, and when I got to the top, everything that I had planned to say went right out the window."
Idstein said yes, drawing applause from the D-backs players who were also on the climb.
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