Docklands Prestige Apartments Melbourne
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... stuff we'd bought and left with our Melbourne chauffeur friend, who dropped us off at the service suite that had been booked for a week, while we waited to move into our house share the next weekend.
We unloaded the car and said goodbye, she wasn't feeling very well, so wasn't going to be joining us for dinner later. We introduced ourselves to the owners of the suite and were shown to the room. It was larger than we'd imagined and beautifully clean. ...
... while away the break between the service and the reception with some people watching. We also got some great photos of the sun going down over the city. The reception was on the 25th floor of the Langham hotel and it had incredible views over the city. The reception was great fun with some really interesting people, great food and endless glasses of wine. I even got down on the dance floor a few times. We finally walked home at ...
... deck, not as good views but least we thawed out. The trip on both buses took us 4.5 hours but Natasha really enjoyed it adn when given the choice to get off, choose to do the whole trip. So it was quite dark by the time we had finished.
Back to Menzies Tavern for dinner because Tash wanted Lamb Shanks again. Natasha straight to bed when we got back.
Natasha's highlight was the Double Decker ...
... the girls got sent back and forward two or three times a day, which only put them in a bad mood. And the two venues were completely different, the tills, the menu, the drinks, the clients, even the prices were all varied between the two places. When I first arrived I was greeted with, "Hey, I want you in the Beir hall tonight, yes it will be really busy, it's a Saturday, but you will be fine, here's your card for the till" and with that I was left with nobody but Tabea, a lovely ...
... seeing everything between there and Queen Victoria Market. Lots of really cool street art, many festivals and markets going on and lots of shopping! It was a hopping day in the city.
Once I got to Queen Victoria market they were actually starting to pack a lot of it up because it closes early (4pm) on Sundays and I arrive at about 3:15-3:30. I still got a good sense of it and looked around at many of the vendors. It kind ...