City Park Hotel
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Waiting in the departure lounge at Melbourne. Getting through security is always interesting. I always get either scanned, frisked and even xrayed. My metal knee is responsible. And sometimes if I'm lucky I get someone who at least smiles. But they are so busy, the queue must never end and the people in the queues can be difficult. Then on to Border Force, or what used to be called customs. I shake my head at this nonsense, what happened to our easy going country. ...
... to be told we need a membership card to get in so we gave that one a miss, but low and behold it was alongside Harbour Town, so more window shopping. Then back on the bus for home to rest our weary feet.
Started off our Sunday morning with a cycle on our newly discovered path along the Maribyrnong River. Home again for a late breakfast, almost lunch and off to the city again. This time St Kilda ...
... was suppose to be shredded pork but not sure if that's what it was. Headed back to the cabin after dinner and there was some chocolate strawberries and a bottle of champagne for Pete as thanks from Gallipoli Cruise for helping out which was a nice gesture. We ate the strawberries and put the champs in the fridge for tomorrow (birthday day ). Pete was exhausted so stayed in the cabin while I ventured out to ...
... really nice places including a roof top bar where we went today. Also Anders met a friend from Sweden here, this time more by coincident. Sara, who went in the same class as Anders back in Sweden, happened to be in Melbourne at the same time for her holiday.
Of course we also had to take a look at the famous street art that is found in Melbourne. We took many nice colorful photos of the graffiti. At many streets ...
... for sunbathing. Although Melbourne was warm, it just wasn’t warm enough to get yer togs on and the beach towel out which was a bit of a shame. Ah well. I’ve had enough sunburn to last me a lifetime, perhaps it was a good thing!
We spent the afternoon in St Kilda, not somewhere to be honest I have ever spent a lot of time in but somewhere which is nice for a walk along the beach. There were Sunday afternoon markets on and magpie me swooped on them, ...