College Lawn Hotel
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... here and the days are short, getting dark by 5:30. We drove around seeing some sights and did a little walking along the river. Oh well, tomorrow's another day. Off to cousin Adele's house in Templestowe. Have seen her in several years when was in Niagara Falls eleven years ...
It's getting close and I am a little nervous so after being told by Peter that I cannot run around Fraser Island I decide to make some enquiries for myself and here is what I find out!
Always start with the positives I say!
What's so special about Fraser Island
Long beaches, dramatic coloured-sand cliffs, natural sandblows, rocky headlands and pristine freshwater lakes and streams are some ...
... burned the mortgages the banks were holding, becoming a hero to the common people. The guide then mentioned how a pizza restaurant nearby, 400 Gradi, was run by the 'best' pizza maker in the world. We stormed around the city whilst being told about Melbourne's limited, but feature filled, history. We heard about the gold rush and when the fountain next to the first Australian UNESCO building was supposedly filled ...
... id sent them already. After that I headed back and passed Paul as he headed to work for 2pm. I read for a while then fell asleep and woke up to our roommate Ra come in. He suggested we grabbed some food so I had beef pho. As a long term resident he has everything in the kitchen so when he offered a cup of tea who could say no?! This was nice as there was an English guy in the kitchen who was telling me how he found getting work hard but pricked ...
... Roti. Its made up of Godhamba roti, veggies, egg, meat and spices. They put it all on a hot plate and chop into little pieces it is to die for!
On Thursday we went to the huge Shrine of Remembrance which is in Melbourne it was really nice. It also had some really nice gardens around it and a really good view of this city. After we headed down Brunswick Street for another one of our favourites. Little Creatures. We of course got the ...