Robinsons in the City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... course seat selection had also got messed up by the "system" so we had to straighten that out. Flight was uneventful, 13.5 hours, arriving about half a hour early. Our initial impression about Air New Zealand is a good airline, attentive service, good food but the seats were not as comfortable as rated, the lie flat concept sound good but one needs to see it to see there are limitations to the comfort. ...
... station. As we had had a big lunch Tom and I grabbed some sushi for tea and again went back to the room and chilled out reading for a couple of hours.
Another exciting packed day. We got up and had breakfast in the hotel again and went back to the room to check out for the final time this holiday. We had to leave our baggage with the concierge all day as we weren’t leaving until the evening. We then took a tram out to St Kilda. It was ...
... last few years, although he is originally from Christchurch, New Zealand, and she is from Canada. As Melbourners, they knew great little hole in the wall bars to go to. Murmur: an upstairs bar with a vintage feel. A small sign in an alley is all that marks it's location, and without a locals knowledge you never would seek it out. Bar Americano: This bar is also at the end of an alley, and serves vintage classic cocktails. It only has standing room at the bar for 10 people at a ...
... could get in. After a while the Daddy came over to the suitcase and AJ and BJ readied themselves. Before they knew what was happening the Daddy picked up the suitcase and put it on the bed before swinging open it's lid and staring to put some more things into it.
"Oh no," said BJ looking out from under the bed. "Now the suitcase is up there and we are down here."
"Don't worry," said AJ with determination in her voice. "We are going on this trip and the good thing is now ...
... s even scarier inside. We were taken in before opening hours and given a great tour. I cannot even imagine how horrific it would have been to be incarcerated there. Prisoners were kept singly in small cells up to 23 hours a day, and they had to remain silent. When they were taken out for air, they had to wear a silence hood. In each cell on the ground floor they had a simple display about an individual prisoner - a panel with photos or drawings of the ...