Albert Heights Serviced Apartments
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... the back and cheered everyone on. We got together later that night to celebrate with some fancy cocktails, as well as to send Frank and Marius off in style, as it was their last night in the country.
Speaking of lasts, tomorrow is Jill's and my last day together. Then she will be heading for Broome and I will have a few more days in Melbourne before going on to Adelaide alone. I don't know what I'm going to do without her. Traveling together has been such a ...
We woke up this morning understandably quite tried from our long night at the AFL game and casino! We headed to the Queen Victoria Market, less than a minutes walk from our apartment. The Market was absolutely massive, definitely the biggest one I have been to. They had everything from souvenirs, electricals, fresh food stalls, live chickens, and everything else you ...
... down every alley, (although the amount of graffiti varied) such as arcades, bars, big brands etc. etc.
We walked down Collins Street, right onto Spring, and then right again onto Flinders. We went into Federation Square pretty much by accident! The Yarra River is on one side and the main skyscrapers on the other, so the views were fantastic. We had a beer and a g&t at the Transit Rooftop Bar, so the views were ...
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Meanwhile, the others are busily organising restaurants, whiskey bars, Mexican cooking classes and galleries. I sense this is going to be an action-packed ten days with more than just glass lessons and no time for themed blog titles or photos.
Glass, tacos, more glass and the hunt for a decent coffee...
Sharon and I splurge on Premium Economy on Air New Zealand for this trip... reputedly ...
... the locals were used to people popping in and out and it was probably a seaside getaway from Melbourne. Edd and I had also decided that Australians had a different idea when it came to distances travelled to get anywhere; for them, driving an hour to get to work was far to much. Driving an hour down the coast to a seaside town for a holiday for us, wasn't far enough.
*sidenote - I've come to the conclusion that you can judge a country by the state of its ...