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This morning we set out at 9.00 to visit the Queen Victoria Markets which have been operating on the same site for many many years. It was huge! Bob needed a hat or cap to protect his head from the sun and we quickly found a very suitable cap, also a small carry bag which will be ideal for them for their lunch when they go on the PROBUS walks. We wandered around the fruit and vege stalls and in to the deli and pastry hall. After some ...
... a story and provides a bit of privacy for the places. I actually had one old biddy run after me in the street asking who gave me permission to take photos of her place. I had actually only taken a photo of her recently built stone fence as the person had done a good job, but I offered to delete it if she was concerned.
... Monday so you must land Wednesday." (Panic starts to rise a wee bit.) "Leigh when do we land?" "Tuesday." "I don't think so...." (Panic has set in and Geelong look like they may lose..). After some quick calculations and some swearing we realize the best option is to try qantas and move our flight. Fortunately at 1137pm we are rebooked on a new flight and 24hrs earlier which means we now actually land on ...
... It was lovely, but unfortuntaely, after you've seen some of the greatest cathedrals in Europe, it isn't as impressive as one would hope - but there is a beautiful pipe organ, and we all enjoyed ourselves. Afterwards, we walked through Fitzroy Park and saw the little conservatory there. Quite pretty.
The next stop was at the World War I Memorial. Chas and Frank went in while Sandra and I looked for a hot drink. Unfortunately we struck out as ...
... please repeat. Me- Y, The computer- Did you say, B. It was frustrating to say the least. Finally the computer gave up and transferred me to a human!The next night was much better I treated myself to a night at the theatre. I got a cheap ticket to see Les Miserables which I have always wanted to see. It was excellent. I had such a good time.
The weekend was cold and rainy, so I lazed around. I spent part ...
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