The Crest Apartments
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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We are still in Byron Bay, it's just so comfortable here, beach and nature just outside the door step. Today it's Anzac day, first we thought it was something to celebrate, and prepared with a fridge full of beer, but then we learned that it's really nothing to celebrate, ...
... the race a couple hours before. Now a public roadm, the stands and podium gave it an eerie feeling; I totally nerded out but it was great fun.
The next day was World Cup Final day. A couple mates and I headed for a big screen spot but once again it was not playing there or at Federation Squre. Melbourne City Council really need to sort there **** out. We eventually went over to the fan zone about 500 metres from the stadium. I was supporting the Blackcaps ...
Continued on to the lighthouse, was quite a good view form up there, couldn't’ really see too much of Byron though. Stayed there for a bit, then started the walk down the hill.
Had to walk along the road for a bit, then onto a sand/dust/dirt/gravel path. We weren’t looking forward to it as it was uphill for some reason!
Went along the path for a while, it went up and down all the time! We did get a fw good views and spotted a wallaby! He was ...
... Hopefully I was first! I'm sure she would have had a great day, and got spoiled. Jonny and I treated ourselves to a Nando's and some cookies before leaving, and then headed to Central station to catch the bus at 7. The bus had wifi, air con, reclining seats, a usb plug to charge our phones, and a toilet - so it was pretty modern, however 13 hours was such a long time!! Luckily we were quite tired from having to get up early to check out, so we napped quite early ...
... and decided to venture to the Australia Museum #cultured. Thanks to Molerat's manipulation of our student cards we only paid concession rates (those hours of cutting and sticking really paid off #graduate). As soon as we set foot into the museum, Amberley saw a sign for 'Rocks and Minerals' - bloody crystals - and vanished into the ether for the next two hours. McG meanwhile, decided to reminisce on some chemistry (?!), whilst ...