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Nice guest house , Excellent ! I will recommend to my friend to stay here if they come to Melbourne
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Great morning - we all ran the 5k Run Melbourne in glorious sunshine along the banks of the River Yarra past the MCG( where the boys are now watching Aussie rules foodie Collingwood vs Adelaide) and through the Tan which runs alongside the Botsnical Gardens
new pace setters for Tahlia are the guide dogs on the route today!
... After a relaxing breakfast where there was even time to read a newspaper we headed over to Southbank along the Yarra River. The area again has it's share of restaurants and shopping. The shops here were high end. Southbank is also home to the Crown Hotel which houses the local Casino. The interior was truly sparkling. Everything is mirrored and glass. At home ...
... half an hour
and were early anyway, so completely starving by the time our dinner arrived - washed down with a 2009 Rolf Binder SGM which was scrumptious. Oh, did I mention I left the new camera in the restaurant? Luckily a competent staff member ran it out to me as we were getting in the car. You'd think I was trying to get rid of it.
Another big driving day tomorrow up to Wilpena Pound in the Flinders Ranges via the Clare ...
... and I headed to Sydney to see the Aussies flog the poms. At one stage we were worried that they'd win too quickly and our tickets would be for an empty stadium...Allen's planning was immaculate
We've had a stack of visitors
* Alison and Bruce to pick up their 'new' car
* Mark and Wendy
* John, Tan, Kai and Ren from Beijing
and then most recently we had Matthew Dean plus his friend ...
... to sit by the beach and eat the most amazing baked potatoes before we hopped back in the hippy van and trundled on. We had approx 700 miles to cover over the next 5/6 days, keen to get as far along the coast as possible then up to The Grampians and back to Melbourne via the Yarra Valley. Over the next few days we snaked along a vast and spectacular road often stopping off to take pictures of stunning beaches and spectacular vistas. A couple of ...