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It's Eurovision time so we are getting Gio and Mark coming over tonight. Mark is going to cook for us which is very nice. We're responsible for the nibbles and drinks so we are going to get some. Not sure if I really like this app. It has some dodgy layout on the web when it's send to people.
... in Southern Melbourne, seeing the Queen Victoria Gardens, Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne Park, and then back to the MCG.
The Queen Victoria Gardens is an open park with different monuments and little statues everywhere. The Shrine of Remembrance is a large war memorial for all the conflicts and peacekeeping efforts of Australia. Fascinated by war history, I couldn't pass up this opportunity. Out front, there is an eternal flame burning ...
... a man to slow down in these conditions and we thundered down the freeway sometimes veering off course. Mrs. phillipino made frequent forays up to the front to make sure Glen was awake. We all arrived back in Melbourne safe and sound and we retrieved our luggage and re- registered back into our hotel. The Ocean Road trip organised by Natural Treasures was very well researched and put together and we enjoyed it very much with many good memories. Thank you Graggy ...
... evening we had dinner at Chetna's place, and then Giacomo and I went to see the penguins at St. Kilda beach before going to the airport to fly to Cairns to start our backpacking adventure. All five days in Melbourne were really great though, and a big, big thanks to Chetna and Siddharth for their hospitality and for the wonderful time we spent together! Can´t wait to see them both again at the end of January, before I go back to Oslo ...
... around corners. A guide suggested we visit Federation Square that featured a couple of free exhibits - history of film and the national art gallery. We checked out the history of film exhibit, very interesting and well done. The Federation Square and Building was a very impressive building. One of the features was the Beer Delux bar where I thought I could get a glass of wine. Then saw the sign 'Beer - because the world's problems ...