Arrow On Swanston
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The hotel is located on the outer edge of the Melbourne CBD and near the Queen Victoria Markets.
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We slept pretty well after such a long day exploring the Great Ocean Road in the rain and relaxed in the morning with the Jacksons before we had to go. It is always great to catch up with them and see how much the girls are growing up. We didn't have much planned for the day so after breakfast we bade our farewell and jumped …
... was Darke in F and the anthem, "If Ye Love Me" by Thomas Tallis, are both selections we have sung with our Cathedral Singers choir. The Offertory was "Make me a channel of your peace" a hymn we often sing at St. Christopher's.
Following the service we purchased our Myki passes for the tram to take us to St. Kilda for lunch. Once notorious as Melbourne's ...
... get permits for it, it's not just a few stray words or tags it's decent and the artists are super talented. I was blown away by the colour and quality, it's constantly evolving as well, art is being sprayed over all the time with fresh new stuff. Anyway enough of my waffling about graffiti! The tour ended on the bank of the Yarra where we were joined again by Lana. Next stop was the south bank for a welcome barbecue with the other interns. We strolled along the riverside and ...
... get home and man does it beat walking. (some laziness feels good)
The next day is 'find a guitar day'....after a quick online search we know of 4 places to check out so we get walking and our first stop 20 minutes away 'Maddys' has a budget Yamaha acoustic with tuner, strings and gig bag for $230 - it's a deal, but we check out the others just to see. After a lunch with Lauren's friend Jo (which is great to catch up at grubs food truck) and a stop at ...
... was on drugs (she was too happy and too excited and too bright!), but G loved it. We ended up joining, so now we can both do as many classes with the druggie instructor as we like (and other, normal, classes too). Afterwards, we drove to Chadstone Shopping Centre, which we'd both been told to visit by a number of people. It is suspposedly the largest shopping centre in the Southern Hemisphere. We're not sure if that's true or not, but we had a really good ...