Albert Heights Serviced Apartments
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... heartbeat as we rushed up 88 flights in 14 seconds was seriously lacking! We had a little wander round before going out on to 'THE EDGE' which was a small room (the size of a lift) that slowly edges you out from the side of the building, with some beautiful sound affects like cracking and creaking. Vaughan was shaking like a leaf and refused to let go of the side, particularly when the frosted glass that surrounded us gave way to ...
... the boys were very excited to meet her, they got a tad hyper. Our last day in Melbourne came round too quickly and Simon asked if we could go back to Albert Park as he dearly wanted to walk some of the track, well if he had his way we would have walked around all of it! We headed to Federation Square and to the ACMI (Australia Centre of Moving Image) which was cool and is a brilliant interactive place for children and adults to learn ...
... seeing all the Melbourne lights as they took off was quite stunning. About 3 hours into the flight Angela was woken by Emanuele asking for the sick bag. He grabbed it and jumped over the little Asian lady sitting next to him and he lay on the floor. Angela followed him, he asked for water and towels so Angela ran up and down the plane aisles from the front to the very back to get these things from the staff, when they realised that something wasn't right with a ...
We've now officially been living in Melbourne for two weeks.This week G started working with her team at work so things have been much more hectic for her! B started work on Wednesday, and then had another shift Thursday. Working in a new store, B's finding that everything is pretty much the same as her old store, but just different enough to be annoying!
We've both become used to using public transport to get around, which is something neither of ...
... past us on the bleachers to the burrows beyond.
Eventually enough had come on shore that we could follow them to their burrows (there were walkways for humans and whatnot) and just stare at them really close up.
They were too cute.
Unfortunately, Philips Island is about the day I really came down with my cold. After the winery, my throat was just on fire, and I was slowly becoming more and more miserable.
It wasn't too bad because the day was so great, but ...