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Travel Blogs from Melbourne
... br> I spent quite a long while watching the show-jumping as it was outside and a nice spot to sit and have my lunch in the sun.
Hawthorn and Sydney were playing in the AFL Grand final at the MCG (the G) and although I have been a Hawthorn member for 22 years and a fan for many more, I am not a favourite of large crowds, so didn't go to the game. Besides it ...
... and then come home with him in two weeks."
The other toys all started talking at once in such loud voices that nobody could hear anything anyone else said.
JM knocked loudly on the side of the bed until everyone quietened down. "I think", she said, "that it is time that AJ and BJ got a chance to go on a trip. They have always done their duty as second-best toys and now they have a chance to see the world."
JM continued, "AJ and BJ, we will take good care of Aury ...
... so no photos of that display, but there were several Tigers prowling around their enclosures. In between these display areas there were large sections of bamboo thickets
The elephants area was the largest display in the whole zoo and there were quite a few elephants, all busy ...
... A brisk walk across the city got us there - to find out it is always booked out at least a week in advance, but they did have a table free at 11pm. Since it was not even 9, we decided not to wait. Next stop was a hidden little bar I can't even remember the name of and I probably couldn't find it again either! It was a plain black door down a dark alley with absolutely no signage. Unfortunately this time there was a lineup, and we didn't want to wait. So off to place ...
Day 2 in AussieLand!
Headed down to Melbourne CBD with Meg, to have a quick shop around the Melbourne Central Complex and the see one very special treat!
The story goes that this was one of Grandpa's favourite place to visit and would wait for the clock to strike the hour to see the Clock come to life.
We waited for a few minutes and as the clock struck noon away it went, Waltzing Matilda played as mechanical birds and people came to life and moved to the ...
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