Caroline Serviced Apartments South Yarra
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... the system somehow works and keeps the trams running without cars blocking their way.
We did have one narrow miss, however, when two lanes narrowed into one. A car wanted to merge into our lane from the left and, out of nowhere, a tram appeared on our right and put us well and truly in the middle of a major car-tram sandwich! Ness slammed on the brakes and the tram missed us by inches. Never fight a ...
... but I'd hardly say it was glamorised as it has been criticised for. It's worst crime, as far as I could tell, was that it was a thoroughly uncompelling story with a rather **** ending. But what do I know, I'm not a best-selling author. After the film we headed back to the hostel to wash some clothes and chill out for a bit. We ended up being roped into the weekly quiz night with Ra, Oli, Robb and a bunch of girls I didn't know in the slightest. And we were awful. We were ...
Good evening at 9:45 in Melbourne
Melbourne was a mere 670 km away when we pulled out of Canberra this morning. Our GPS Mildred decided to take the day off so it was geographer Doreen as the navigator. Now I have to tell you that Gary calls me an excellent historical geographer...as in I am better saying where we have been than where we are going.
Nevertheless with just a short drive the wrong way towards ...
... script. (I was surprised that I was later able to blow it up with my iPhone’s magnifier/camera and actually read it!) On the way back to the hotel I got caught in a serious cloudburst (the edge of Cyclone Marcia?) so I hid in a restaurant and had some lunch until it passed. As a Californian, I can’t get used to the combination of rain and warm weather. I really need to get a little folding umbrella because ...
... for my bags. 45 minutes passed before I finally saw my bags slide down the belt. By that time Everyone was in front of me for the final step of customs, turning in forms and luggage check. After waiting through one last long line, I emerged on the other side and was met by Gordo and Nicole.
Gordo and Nicole wasted no time driving me around the city to show me downtown Melbourne. One of our first stops was the Melbourne Star; similar to ...