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... br> At least I do. I mean, we were feeling it when we got off the tram. So for about 2 hours we relaxed, and in my case, napped, and then we went to a fancy Italian restaurant chain with an amazing atmosphere, and after dinner was paid for, we decided to drink in our rooms instead of go out.
Although I will be going out either tomorrow or Saturday.
Until then, I'm going to get some sleep, because tomorrow, Melbourne beckons again!
... at my parent home. And yet at home that's a pain here we didn't do it often but it was not a problem. Strange how location and probably new surroundings can make a difference. Here the shops don't open till 10 but close later. Walking through the streets even on a Sunday night there is loads of people about. It's a very strange feeling. Due to the tourist I suppose there is a plethora of cafés, bar etc offering a wide cuisine of food. It's surprising that this ...
Wandered up to the queen victoria market, one of the biggest in the Southern Hemisphere covering 17 acres if space and thousands if stalls. We all bought something, dad alclose to buying a tall top hat with a old fashioned pair of mad hatter looking binoculars tied on round the top (see photo) but instead opted for the more appropriate australian outback style kangaroo leather one. We eventually decided to catch a tram down to st Kilda which dad was insistent we bought special ...
... I went on the Saturday to watch the qualifying, which was especially fun as it looked like the local boy was going to claim pole position in the dying seconds, only to have it snatched away by Britain’s own Lewis Hamilton right at the end. The beauty of sport: joy to despair in a matter of seconds. Aside from the on-track action, the whole event was sensational. I saw legendary skater Tony Hawk and a bunch of his mates tearing it up, 3 guys on motor cycles going around a ...
... visitor information centre where we picked up some walking routes around the centre, a city circle tram map and had a chat with the people who work there about a river cruise. So we were pretty well sorted. As we came out we realised we could see blue sky and it felt warmer, I felt quite excited... Coats off.
The first thing we did was look at walk number 4 entitled "Arcades and Lanes". It began right where we were, so off we went.
We walked up narrow lanes which had ...
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