Hotel UniLodge Melbourne on Flinders
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... other park just next door, Carlton I think it's called, ran down to subway for breakfast, came back for my 4th space hotel shower and started writing my blog.
On the whole Melbourne is great, but in the day and a bit that I've been here, I've already spent nearly 180 dollars. People told me it was expensive out here in Oz, but I didn't realise that it would creep up on me so much. A drink here, a meal there, and when you throw in 50 bucks for 2 nights ...
... onto a train for a section or two if we linger longer and get behind.
Following that, we will have about 3 weeks left and if we still have some kilometres left in our legs will head down the Rhine through the Rhine Valley. This 67k section of the river is often referred to as the Romantic Rhine Valley due to its picture book scenery with hillsides lined with vineyards, castles perched on virtually every ...
... was great fun!
We took a walk through Melbourne's lively Chinatown, and dined at Ruyi, Dumpling and Wine Bar. It is a new restaurant recommended by the hotel concierge and perfect for this fine evening. It is fusion of traditional Chinese food with modern tastes and techniques. Imagine Chinese cooking with much less oil and all fresh ingredients - light and delicious.
... 41 degrees in the day and still 34 late evening! We walked along the river checking where street performers from all over the world come perform for large crowds of passers by. Watched a French guy do some unreal stunts like throwing a bowler hat in the air then catching it on his head mid flip or something unbelievable. No idea how. Kurt did his neck nomination for facebook at a tram ...
... they are birds of prey because they eat insects and small animals. During the show, we saw buzzards, eagles, and of course, a few varieties of parrots.
The rest of the sanctuary contained a lot of birds. We walked around and looked at a bunch of them. Then we saw the koalas. There was a really sweet little baby koala. We saw wallabies, kangaroos, platypuses, and more. One of the other interesting animals was the Tasmanian ...
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