Adina Apartment Hotel South Yarra
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... on the cards and Vicky cooked up a storm for everyone. The food was delicious but the mood was a little reserved in general - whether it was the fact that everyone was a little tired or the fact that we would be leaving, we were all happy to sit quietly watching tv. The calm before the storm though is a well known phrase and when it came to leaving that was very much the case. We said our goodbyes to Megan at Osborne Avenue (whose jet lag had been playing turmoil ...
... Chapel Street which runs from the south eastern suburbs near Windsor to the heart of Richmond near the city we caught the tram from home to Prahran. From here we were able to walk north for a few miles along the "funky" Chapel Street as Vicky affectionately described it. It certainly has a lot to offer with boutique and high street shops, cafes and bars a plenty and even nice little spots to sit like parks and next to the Yarra River. It was a very pleasant walk with the sun in ...
... ignite your anxiety and turn it up, up, up...! Arghhhh.
Fortunately, Kim has plenty of driving experience, being an electrician on the road from one job to another on any given working day, has driven trucks before with his 'heavy articulated' license, plus the ability to switch off from the drama my anxiety creates and just gets us there.
Yep. We got back on track and on our way to our first stop in our Big Lap Around Australia.
... 160;airport to Hotel Icon and back to fit us all! <a href="http://www.klook.com/activity/581 -luxe-mpv-airport-transfer-hong-kong/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.klook.com/ activity/581-luxe-mpv-airport-transfer- hong-kong/</a> This got me thinking of Hotel Icon as we have stayed here in ...
Dean picked us up at 1pm and our flight with Singapore Air departed on time at 3.40. Huge seats and loads of legroom and storage but the foot rest was at an angle and meant your back was crooked. Also Derek and I could **********verse because of the space between us. After 8 hours to Singapore we had a two and a half hour layover which we spent with Clive and Jill Hawkins who travelled with us. We then boarded an A 380 which had ...