Hotel UniLodge Melbourne on Flinders
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Flight 15 - Sydney to Melbourne - one hour
Back in Melbourne at 9.25pm. We were picked up by our two lovely kids and driven home.
It it is good to be home. There is so much to digest and think about. It was quite a holiday!!
... deco building, and we're about 20 minutes walk from the courts of Melbourne Park! Can't get better than that!
As soon as we arrived we had to do a food shop - thinking of our bellies as usual, just like any good Womble - and we were already late to drop off the car, so it was supermarket sweep as we raced around Woolies to fill the trolley with as much food as possible. Luckily driving into the city wasn't too bad and we were only an hour late ...
... bar which was cold before heading to Chinatown for the evening a great night out and got home silly hours of the morning again but a lovely day . I was checking out today unfortunately of this hotel , I managed to get the concierge to look after my bags so had another day of sightseeing , I left my hotel at around 11 , went so the cathedral on flinders street which was lovely to see some school boys singing and some service going on which ...
... it up front and then I could claim it back once I had my Medicare card through. I have never in my life been able to get a doctors appointment on the same day I've asked for one, let alone within 15 minutes of turning up. My medical check was fine and I was completely amazed that the doctor had heard of my blood clotting condition. I have not been to a single doctor in the UK who has known about the condition, most doctors have googled it whilst I have been sat there ...
... passed through had wonderful old buildings and had clearly been affluent in their time. Lunched in Charlton on the Avoca river, which was no exception. Its’ main recent claim to fame was the devastating floods of 2010 followed very quickly by 2011 floods. Uneventful drive around Bendigo and on to Melbourne.
We’d done it. Mixed feelings of happiness to be home, out of the tent and in my own bed, and sad to reach the end ...