Glendalough Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the stars in Fraser Island and the same can be said from the national park. I honestly cannot explain how many stars you can see. Simply beautiful. We headed to bed around 11 dreading the Bones our morning alarm clock. I thought 7am had been bad that morning but he informed us that breakfast was at 5am and we were heading for a sunrise walk at 5.45! For those who don't know, banging on my door, turning the light on and shouting "time to get up" at 4.50am is NOT the way to wake me ...
... Mince beef, and a dollop of ketchup if you wanted it. It was very nice.. So we went back for a second. The second was OK, not as good as the first though. Perhaps we shouldn't have been so greedy and stopped at the first! They had a leader board up of those who have eaten the most pies. The leader was on 36!! No chance we were going to beat that so we continued our wander of Melbourne to burn off what we had just eaten.
Kirsty had decided she wanted proper chip shop ...
... Those from Melbourne pride themselves for being Australia's most cosmopolitan city but a side effect is the high cost of living here. We ended the evening by taking a walk back to the hotel along the Yarra River. Other: Throughout Australia there is a 10% tax on everything. Their money is made from a plastic polymer and is completely wrinkle free and launder-able. The story goes it was invented by college kids who wanted to be able to keep it in the pocket of surfing ...
After another rainy day in Sydney we caught our one hour flight to Melbourne early afternoon on Saturday and arrived at The Langham Hotel on the Southbank. The view across to the city was picturesque as night time fell and immediate impressions were of a greater vibe compared to Sydney, quite a few people were outside in the many cafés and bars even though it was 12c. We had an excellent meal at a smart Chinese restaurant called Red Emperor which was conveniently located ...
... The second was a rather futuristic looking Solar facility with solar panels on satellite dish type structures. The third was the Loddon River and the tress with hundreds of white cockatoos sitting in the branches.
Lunch at Marong and our pie loving friends would have liked this stop.
We decided to go down a very wet dirt road to look at ...