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Ocean Road in a day. Doing this beautiful drive in one day is not something I would recommend but it's what fit in our schedule; it is not one for those who suffer motion sickness. As usual our driver/guide was able to provide lots of information as we went. For example: Melbourne has 4.5 million residents only .2 smaller than Sydney, it extends 70 km one axis and 80 km on the other, it ...
... dinner. We went hiking up Mt. Dandenong, straight up the side of the mountain. It was very steep - probably 250 m elevation gain just completely straight up. It took us about forty five minutes to get to the top, where there was an open area from which you could see all of the land around out to the sea and downtown Melbourne. It had some pretty excellent views although it was a little bit hazy. Hitting the tennis ball around was also pretty ...
... to his Qantas plane. Again, we both got a bit emotional when we heard this story!).
After Christmas dinner, G went back and stayed with her parents, while B stayed with hers. Sadly we can't remember exactly what we did the whole time we were in Adelaide, but we do remember having a small dinner with some of our family to celebrate our engagement on the Saturday night. We went out for a nice meal and some drinks, which we both really enjoyed.
Sunday B ...
... there was an unusually high concentration of students in the area
and unfortunately for us and the students the Royal Exhibition Building was
being used for them to sit end of year examinations, so we never managed to see
inside the building or the documents recording the Federation of the Australian
nation state. So instead we made our way back to the city via the ‘long way’,
walking through Carlton and Fitzroy Gardens and passed the ...
... and I know that my Mum, Auntie and Godmother would have loved it too. It was jam packed with beautiful flowers, it even had a bridge with a water feature, if I worked near there it would definitely be my lunchtime spot of choice.
Next a drive around the sport precinct which includes the famous Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) then it was off to the city centre or as they say here the CBD - Central Business District. Here we alighted the bus and met another ...