Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne Northbank
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... her basket with.
Sue and Simone left to pick up the kids from school and other wifely duties. We continued our tour of the Docklands / Harbour area finally getting a seat on the famous Tram which is free and does a circular tour around the city. After 10 minutes we realised that we had in fact seen the same sights 3 times. We were further confused when the tram driver got out of his cab and then climbed in a similar cab at ...
... the Southbank because I missed the dim sum!! Then as I wandered along a scary looking bouncer slash security man asked if I would like to watch the Grand Prix practice at the Foster access sports hub at the Crown hotel on Southbank. Yes...yes I would! I was actually heading for some culture at the immigration museum; which incidentally I can see ...
... fantastic. He is a classic entertainer. His specialty is ventriloquism, but he is an all-around natural. My suggestion would be some kind of take-off on My Fair Lady, with the feature song being “Get me to the Ship on time”. I’m sure it’s been done. Okay, I’m not a Hollywood writer, but I like it.
Oh, yeah. Don’t miss the “Let’s Talk Poo” picture at the end.
Adelaide, here we ...
... is legal, and the painters are free to experiment and give colors to the walls. The paintings are renewed with new paintings all the time, and only a hand-full of paintings remain for more than 6 months. In this way there is always new art produced and everyone can take part in it.
One night we went to see the special St Kilda penguins, who apparently is the smallest of 17 Penguin species. They were super sweet.
... food is worth. Sounds like a cool experiment, though I wasn't hungry. I think they also do only vegetarian/vegan food.
It was getting to be later in the so I grabbed a bus from there back to my hostel - we had walked quite a distance. I picked up a myki card (transit card) earlier in the day from the local 7-11 (yay 7-11!). The bus/tram fare is kind of ridiculous at $3.67 a ride. But there is a daily max of just under $8 so that's nice. And the trams ...