Melbourne Short Stay Apartments
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Our last frequent flyer points were spent on a business class ticket for the last leg home, and it was a lovely way to finish. It meant we could use the Qantas lounge at the airport and were very well looked after in the beautiful newly refurbished business section. It is probably the only time in our lives that we will fly in the very front row of a plane! Even a flat bed and some room for comfort doesn't necessarily mean being able to ...
... a raft and then they tried it out .... Some rafts we're more successful than others! Canoeing ... In pairs on the lake and the wind helped them get from one side to another, not necessarily the way they wanted to go. Archery ... Mr. Amerena would not stand still with an apple on his head in front of the target, not sure why??? Then it was back to the cabins to put on warm ...
Melbun has got it all goin' on. We’re back in a country where eggs are eggs, but r’s are optional. Our stay is a wonderful combo of relaxed and flat-out.
The energy highlight came with attending an Aussie Footy game at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG is seen everywhere and was recently one of the venues for the World Cup Cricket championship). We ...
... them as they must know the best place to watch. We had general admission tickets which meant we could pretty much sit anywhere except the finish line, which was where all the grandstands were. The track itself was quite long, 5.3 Kilometers which is just over 3 miles. We ended up sitting just between turn 3 and 4 and ended up with a great view and even caught a couple crashes!
Before the actual race began ...
... are of the huge docklands construction site. But Dan you might want to do a Street Art tour run by the street artists. It runs a couple afternoons a week...it sounded like your kind of thing. Not so much Barbs'.
We returned to our hotel to watch our own deconstruction site out our window. We saw that the crew had managed a number of beams and perhaps 20% of a floor taken down. One could sit and watch the work all day. It was like a ballet ...