BreakFree Heritage on Little Bourke
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... in the infamous Young & Jackson's pub revealed the scandalous painting of Chloe, brought from the more liberal climes of Paris in the 1800's. We happened upon an organ concert at St Michaels Uniting Church and debates in both the Upper and Lower House of Parliament (not particularly stimulating, thus the need for Chloe's beer afterwards!). The State Library had the ...
... the town over to Williamstown Beach. It is a lovely beach with yellow gold sand and calm waters. Enjoying it were the seniors brought there by the Vietnam's Woman's Club of Melbourne and 25 others laying like logs on the beach.
We found a beach side restaurant with umbrellas matching the sand. On the umbrellas was the name Veuve Clicquot...and at this point the book club comes into its own. Who but a member of the club who had read ...
... casino complex rather Las Vegas style but have excellent 5 star rooms with sky scraper views. A longish walk around found us somewhere to eat a pub style meal (Jimbo and Rex) and imbibe in a rather fruity Australian beer.
Tomorrow we are off to see the Penguins and have to take warm clothes (!) but we don't leave until the early afternoon and return at ...
... five level course we inadvertently booked a two hour barista assessment, so that we can call ourselves fully fledged Toby baristas...I guess^^ While Sonya is taking a pass on this one, I decided to give it a go and practice some more at Toby's in the weeks to come. But fear not, this blog continues and who knows I may even post a tulip next time :) So stay excited and chat ...
... 16th 2015. I had been trying not to cry that whole morning but when I rang Grandpa to say goodbye I couldn't hold it together anymore. I cried. I had been running around all morning making sure I had everything I had needed and planned on taking. Then it was time to leave.
Walking out of my room and out of our house for the last time this year was a weird experience, one that I don't know if I would want to do again. I sat in the very back of the car with ...