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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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After doing copious amount of googling and refining we have finally gotten our gear organised. We have been doing some training although it seems hard to find time to get to the gym. I've stopped the grog, save a couple occasions, since Torquay which was early January, changed my diet and lost 9kgs. Sue has put us in ...
... shots, vodka lime and soda, a dance and some good laughs. It was so much fun that Darryn had to convince me to go home, as I thought going to the casino at 3am would be a good idea... Uh yeah, good Darryn did because I didn't have much blood in my alcohol haha! Saturday we were invited to visit a cousin of Darryns mum. The family had arranged a bbq lunch and it was nice to meet them. Both of us still felt a bit rough from the night ...
... to add money to my myki card (transit card) before I could take a tram back downtown. And then there was a café and I wanted to set down my bag and rest for a while, so I proceeded to do that. And of course, then it started to pour. So I was pretty blessed in my timing there! I waited out the rain for about an hour and charged my phone which was almost out of batteries (there weren't a lot of extra plugs in the dorm room). Then I hopped the ...
saturday - this morning we went to the Victoria Market in Melbourne which is the largest in Aus- fantastic, huge variety of everything you can imagine - we then got the tram up to the beach at St Kilder - lots of people watching which was very amusing and a picnic and sunbath - perfect.
sunday - breakfast at a lovely local bakery best pain au raisin i have had in years - then down town to ...
... over 9 months so she had lots of great stories! She then took me down to Brighton Beach! We grabbed a bite of chips (fries) and then took a walk on the beach. The beach huts are super cute! Families in the area own them and apparently they are about $250K to own! There was one family enjoying some wine in theirs. Each hut is painted differently and has its own charm. Of course I had to take a picture in front of the iconic Australia hut. The view from the beach was amazing! you could ...