Punthill South Yarra Serviced Apartments
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... enjoyed talking with Stephanie who has led such an interesting life tho’ still only a teenager. Rosemary’s daughter Catherine (if I’ve gotten the names right) who is getting a university degree in culinary something or other brought a gorgeous dessert. Everyone was so nice and welcoming and not one of the four teenage/20-somethings spent the evening, head down, clicking away on their ...
... be next to me next time I will swim.... Urgh!
Something I have seen is that here is kind of the same birds as in Sweden but they're in an other shape. Like swans, in Sweden they are white and here they are black. And the Swedish doves, here they are *host* "just" half eter tall and have a huuuuge beak. Really scary when they coming close to me, feels like they are gonna stab that huge beak through me haha!
Went to ...
... stopped at Coombe the Melba Estate for MORE WINE! Finally we got to walk off our indulgences at Healesville where I managed to scrawl on and send a poatcard to the folks! Last stop of the day was the Yarra Valley chocleterie which I can barely even remember. Napped most of the way back to Melbourne before pulling myself together for drinks and music at the Queen Victoria night ...
... buildings dotting the city and that it could think of putting on a world's fair in 1880. While the wealth lasted it was a bigger and more important city than Sydney. I haven't looked it up but probably this historic event explains the name of the highest and very recently built tower in Melbourne, Eureka,
When we turned the corner to walk down Lt Bourke Street it became clear how important a part the Chinese community ...
... but she came back ( but yet kept her distance). We were given a room immediately and were able to freshen up. We felt like new ( yet totally exhausted ) people. We walked and got on a free city tram and went to Queen Victoria's Market. It was amazing! It looked like a mix of shanghai underground and Detroit's Eastern Market. We found a food street and have since gone on a mission to eat ...