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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to pay to ride the hop-on-hop-off bus in Melbourne. Thank god, capitalism is alive and well in Australia! Capitalism! Free and open competition! Hooey, capitalists hate competition and would do anything to eliminate their competitors. Take the diamond trade. We had a very interesting lecture by Laurie Wickwire, an “industry expert on all things diamond-related”. I won’t bore you with the rest of her credentials. ...
... in that group. Then I said something like you don't need chopsticks for brats and deep fried cheese. He ran with that one right away.
Well the five of us polished all that food off no problem. Time for Freddy to strap on our bike lights so we can head out for dessert. You just said the magic word so we are ready! Earlier in the day, Hugo had told us about Little Italy and this amazing cake shop called Brunetti I believe. Well guess where we were headed?! Freddy said everyone got ...
... of our last travel day to call in and thank Ron and the others for letting us join in. Listening to a group of radio amateurs talk about sometimes trivial matters was better than listening to the AM/FM radio stations with all of the bad news being broadcast.
Down the McIvor Highway through Heathcote and in no time we joined the Hume Highway amongst the heavy traffic it ...
... Yarra river at the Langham, one of the more famous hotels here. The lobby area is very elegant and rooms very comfortable with a view of the river and the main city business centre on the other side of the river. Now 530 here and we are beginning to fade so will head out for dinner to a restaurant called Tuttobene in the complex adjacent to the hotel. Nice risotto dishes but now off to bed as we fade ...
So, towards the end of my trip, I don't think I was in any state to write anything that wasn't incredibly depressing and in a mood where I was feeling deeply sorry for myself. I think when you travel extensively, it's hard to think of things in perspective. I couldn't see my past and the amazing times I'd had, and the beautiful people I had met and appreciate my great rush of emotions and feeling in any perspective. All I could think about was the future and ...