Plum Serviced Apartments Collins Street
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... and atmosphere, the museum has everything you could possibly imagine under its roof, and the art galleries are perfect for a relaxed hungover Sunday. You're never lost for something to do, whether it's going to the beach, going to a funky restaurant or cafe, or simply wandering around the streets and taking in the impressive graffiti. Truly one of my favourite cities in the world so far.
The people here at the hostel are great too. Despite a bigger turnover than ...
... everyone that 2015 is when we will not leave Australia.
But this trip to Spain was driven by a not-to-be-missed opportunity. To celebrate her 60th birthday in a memorable way, our friend Vida and her husband Neil booked on the Al Andalus Express, the train trip we enjoyed in 1996, and invited us to join them. We thought it a great idea.
Tony picked us up at 20:30 giving us plenty of time ...
... buildings that the rest of the CBD hadn’t shown us. Melbourne was finally getting an identity other than just a uniform (and cold) city.
One part did disappoint us though - Hosier Lane. We had heard this whole lane was covered in street art and having seen some images online we were keen to see it. Unfortunately the street art had just been ruined by normal grafitti. No-one cares about seeing some idiots ‘tag’ yet these covered ...
... Skyping Linda and Kate to let them know I was safely in Oz with auntie and not under armed guard at Melbourne International.
We spent the rest of the day visiting family. Auntie Margaret's youngest daughter (Davina) is away on holiday and has left her eldest son (Jonny) at home in charge so we went round to see him. Then on to eldest daughter and her husband (Terry & Danny) who have just taken on a shop. ...
... up! (actually the kitchen is limited to a tiny fridge, toaster and kettle so we'll be eating out mostly)
After a 12 hour kip we walk to the city via local parks and op shops (I now need a new guitar, again - I got my money back for my Fender in a Sydney cash converters - but it's always tough to sell a guitar that plays well) ...Melbourne's got a really nice feel to it and the city is small enough to easily navigate. We check out Federation ...