BEST WESTERN Mill Park Motor Inn
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As I mentioned yesterday, the trip over to Melbourne was wonderful and we didn't even mind the perky girl over the intercom who woke us at 5.45am with all the onboard announcements about when to go down to your car level etc. After showering and packing our bags, we head down to the Reception desk to deposit our room key, then popped into the Tourism area to find out the easiest way out of Melbourne that wouldn't ...
We took the tram into Melbourne for the first time. When we got off we thought we had been transported to Granville street - just a busier version of it. For a Wednesday afternoon it seemed packed beyond belief. We saw all of the stores we see on Granville and Robson and then unbelievably we recognized a balloon artist clown fellow who has made swords and animals for Caleb since he was born. ...
... our favourite, Hosier Lane) and strolling around Chinatown. By 6pm we were pretty wiped out so headed back to our hostel for a nap before heading back to Chinatown in the evening for the Chinese New Year celebrations. Unfortunately we were unaware that most of the festivities take place on the weekend so were a little disappointed by the lack of atmosphere. Despite this we stayed for the countdown and watched the dragon dancing and fire crackers. ...
Slightly disappointed, we continued with our plan by walking to the South Melbourne markets.The markets were undercover, and somewhat similar to the Central Markets but cleaner and just.. nicer, and perhaps a wider range of stalls. We bought our fruit and veg here, as well as picking up a nut mix, and some amazing fresh, vegetarian ravioli which we had for dinner that night.
We had made the drive to South Melbourne armed with a picnic, so we found ourselves ...
... off the hire car at Thrifty and picked up the campervan
from Britz, which, we christened ‘Bertie’. Got to Port Melbourne, parked up at
5pm and found a lovely American Burger restaurant where we had gourmet burgers and a glass of wine to settle
ourselves before our journey!! The white horses in the bay seemed to be getting
bigger and bigger, growing with our apprehension. We had been warned by more
than a few people the crossing to Tasmania ...