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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... br> The next morning of course I woke up too late for breakfast, went for a walk to defeat the hangover. Early afternoon I headed to the library too meet up with Luke for his hour lunch break. We made our plans for hitchhiking to the "burning seed", but later more about that. After lunch I spent most of my afternoon in the library to finish my last two entries.
One morning after waking up early I decided to join a free guided tour trough ...
With a long weekend ahead of us, the working week flew by. Our weekday evenings consisted of the usual approach, home cooked food and relaxing were possible. Vicky had made plans to meet friends on Wednesday but decided to reschedule though football did go ahead this week as normal. Although Vicky opted to work on the public holiday Friday, the party mood started on Thursday night regardless. Vicky made arrangements to meet up with her friend John who lives in ...
... we head there - their Parma offer also being an appeal. It did take about half an hour before we decided though, waking around the CBD as the night drew in over the city's skyscrapers. The food was nice and the happy hour beers were good too, setting us up nicely for another win at Futsal. Whether it was the culture at Peakbound or the fact that we worked together, but socialising in Melbourne with work colleagues has become a bigger thing for ...
... that could see me.
The spot where you can eat your MacFood is really depressing. Decor - seating - and incredibly annoying, repetitive music that accompanies some video. Never again for me. How on earth do people subject themselves to such surroundings?
Yes, yes, yes! I've written this before. I'm sure I'll remember it this time though.
Immigration... A really annoying, officious border ...
We're already certain that Melbourne will be up there as one of our favourite destinations this trip. I know it seems far too keen to say so soon, but it was great, and definitely a city we could imagine living in. Arriving early after a 22-hour journey to the other side of the world, we strolled round the city and through Melbourne's multiple gardens in the morning sunshine. The city is much smaller than we expected and therefore managed to get ...