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... And then, it ended before we finished ordering rounds.
Unfortunately, it's winter here (or soon to be) and the rain was one of those awful cold rains but it was short.
I had a pint before I decided I had exhausted myself, and along with Diana and Josh, we all went back to the hotel, where I am sitting now.
It feels like I haven't done much today, but then again, I time traveled from Sunday to Tuesday, and that's got to be exhausting.
... is large areas of greenery, typically littered with workers having lunch or visitors and family's having rest from the non-stop atmosphere. And of course more performers.
As I have before I take the I'm free tours of the city. For me it's a brilliant way of not only orientations yourself with the city but also seeing the things you wouldn't see. We start at the state Library, there is a massive statue of General la trobe. Scattered here are also statues ...
... mall which was built around an old factory. It was really neat how they preserved the heritage building by building all around it and included it in the plans. There was a tiny tiny museum in it that told its history too.
We were kinda tired of walking so we hopped on the City Circle tram line which is FREE for everyone! Awesome! I love free! Anyways, it takes you around the whole city center. We could walk from one end to the other length wise in about ...
Howe the family round some of Melbourne which took longer than I thought with dad walking into every hop desperate to buy anything as he does. Ended up finding one of his onoto pens in a little gold shop in one of Melbournes little arcades. The owner laughed when dad claimed to own the company as he bought the pen, thinking he was joking. Visited the immigration museum, Melbourne has a ridiculous spread of nationalities, I think 70. ...
... we tried a bar situated underneath one of the bridges on the pier, but no tea there. Then we saw The Ludlow Diner...it had outdoor heaters on. We stopped and had a nice cup of Earl Grey then made our way back to the tram stop.
We've realised that a week today we'll be back home and we're looking forward to seeing you all. We've still got some adventures lined up here to enjoy and hopefully the weather is changing for the better, at least that's what the weather forecasters tell us.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSundowner Jika International Melbourne
Good value for clean, recently updated rooms and friendly service. It is easy to get into central Melbourne on the train or by taxi from the motel. The free buffet breakfast was a nice perk.
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