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After the chaos of Dubai and 13 hours flying overnight we arrived into Melbourne and rain! By the time we check in and get sorted the suns out and we head to St Kilda beach to chill as tomorrow we head to the Great Ocean Road.
The walk to St Kilda takes us through Albert Park which is a lovely peaceful space just seconds from a very busy …
... rarely busy. The route system covers the areas that aren't caught by the tram. While were here the Myki is the Oyster card.
The distinct advantage is the currency is about half that to the pound. Which makes some instances buying stuff more of a bargain. However equally the prices of products you can get at home are are mostly London prices once you've halved them. The salaries do compensate for this by being more than double. Administration work ...
... The designer we seemed to gravitate towards was Caroline Morgan. She makes gorgeous clothes. We only got about half an hour to look around because we had to head back to Southern Cross station to meet up with another friend we met on Contiki. On our way back we stumbled upon the Mint and the Supreme Court which were both really nice buildings.
Laura is a Kiwi currently living in Melbourne and when she heard we were coming to Australia she asked to meet ...
... in but with a smirk wiped across their face. We arrived at the food court- with a much larger selection of food now- we succeeded filling Ed's moaning tummy up and we were to be ready to leave at 1 o'clock for Phillip Island, the island of penguins. The journey took a good hour and a half. Our first stop we enjoyed the luxury of British: afternoon teas. After we set of, full of scones and English breakfast tea, we made our way to the koala conservation centre ...
... 8221; was followed by a couple of bubbles and Dallas going under. Ivo wasn’t too sure what was going on but quickly swam over to tell him to hold on to his back and thus slowly swam to shore whilst Dallas was holding on to him. Luckily the shore was reached quickly allowing Dallas to set foot on land again and boy oh boy was he glad to be back and having survived this swim considering that he had already said his prayers. I guess that was the least Ivo could do ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBayview on the Park Melbourne
A good choice for a reasonable priced hotel over the Christmas holidays for us. A bit out of the city but we enjoyed being near Albert Park and walking distance to St Kilda beach.. The restaurant, pool and especially the staff were excellent. We were upgraded to a 5th floor room which included a seaview due to a problem we had, which Matthew the Manager sorted in double quick time. Very professional and helpful even though the hotel was full due to the time of year and the Cricket supporters!!!
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