Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne, Flinders Street
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Babysitting service
- Concierge desk
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An early start today (11.30) when Salve finally decided which trousers to wear. Simone joined us for a trip into Melbourne. Traffic was horrendous.
Went to Docklands which is also home to the Melbourne "Eye". Had nice coffee then we were dragged into an incredibly tacky souvenir shop specialising in Australian treasures such as "Kangaroo Scrotum Bottle Opener". Look out, the few of you who will be the recipients of the delights ...
Enthusiasm meant I arrived a little early for the day's adventure so I enjoyed a coffee and people watching at Olivers Bar at the Pensione Hotel before (wait for it...) my Neighbours Tour! Ahhhh! What can I say: awesome obviously. Ramsey Street is pretty small and so is Libby who we all got to meet! Then as I wasnt far away I enjoyed lunch at Lucky ...
... took us through Port Melbourne, the port community, passing more old buildings than I can count, great beaches and an old amusement park. I think the driver was anxious to get home because he drove a bit too fast for me. But he got us back to the ship in time, no need to find a flight to the next port. I’m sure there’s a skit in there waiting to bust out which I might mention to the Cruise Director, Gary Hunter. Gary ...
... really nice places including a roof top bar where we went today. Also Anders met a friend from Sweden here, this time more by coincident. Sara, who went in the same class as Anders back in Sweden, happened to be in Melbourne at the same time for her holiday.
Of course we also had to take a look at the famous street art that is found in Melbourne. We took many nice colorful photos of the graffiti. At many streets ...
... t know if it will go anywhere. Not for me at the moment anyways.
We wandered around some boutique furniture shops and then parted ways. She's now offered to host me on Monday, so yay! :). I headed down to the Abbotsford Convent and gardens which was nice to see. They have a very pretty chapel there and some nice gardens. There's also a restaurant there called Lentils which apparently only charges what you are willing to pay. You pay whatever you ...