Georgian Court Bed & Breakfast Guest House
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... with many gorgeous bars and cafes with something always happening as we passed a variety of different festivals, street performers and live music. It was no surprise to Liam that his beautiful Lucy got picked out to help in one performers act! It was safe to say Lucy didn't look comfortable as fire and throwing wasn't her strongest points! But she did a great job so I'm sure she may be on many people's travelling ...
... to the 10:30 tour we were going to do.
The restaurant was a cute, quirky place in the basement of one of the malls on Collins Street (one of the main shopping districts). Lots of options to choose from, but the crazy thing is that there was an abundance of sweet pancake options that you could actually get with a scoop of ice cream on top! Had it been a little later, I would've jumped on that. But knowing we had at least a 3 hour walking tour to get through before we would ...
... filming for seven weeks throughout the area. When we told Duane later he said that he had to look after the guy when he was in intensive care with a head injury. Continuing on to St Kilda beach we passed Luna Park, which was built in 1913 by the people who built Coney Island Amusements in New York, roller-coaster and all. The beach wasn't crowded, but had quite a few people, mostly female, sunbathing and swimming. The tide ...
... helped us get the trailer hitched back on and get on our way again. We were very thankful and it could have been a whole lot worse.
We arrived in Melbourne around lunchtime and set up quickly with the threat of more rain and thunderstorms on the weather forecast. So far it has come to very little but we are prepared if it does. Looking forward to our weekend in Melbourne, whatever the weather.