Crowne Plaza Melbourne
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Tram 35 to Federation Square and a visit to the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). A multi level gallery with both paintings and sculptures, some were breathtaking others very bizarre. Went for snack before leaving NGV and going to the 'River Graze' an event being part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. Various events we went into the Dimmi …
"How Ya going mate"?
Yes this is a term that easily confused me on my first experience of Melbourne,Australia.
The place is a paradise for family life and thrives with clean air and beautiful surroundings.
Having stayed along the Yarra river, I had the privilege of experiencing the city at its best.
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First night in a hostel, that was fun. I arrived and was put in a 4-man room. 2 sets of bunk beds. 3 of them were occupied and covered in the unholy mess of a travellers exploded backpack. It was about 7.30pm, I put all my stuff in the locker and took a wander about. I walked for about an hour up and down the streets, got asked by 3 separate people for money. 1 of whom was literally stood on the doorstep to ...
When planning a trip of this length there is much to decide about what to include, what to leave out, how long to spend in each place, etc... Some real first world problems. While in some ways a life-time might not be enough time to take in all of New Zealand, the 3 weeks we had there felt a perfect amount of time. Enough to see mostly everything we hoped for with out ever feeling too rushed but not so much that there were ever moments ...
... stick out is using a map. Or at least having a general understanding of where something is on a map. But I'm a loose cannon and don't do things in an orthodox way, so I took the word of my new boss who had told me the market was a couple of blocks over from the restaurant (as he gestured to the east). So what did I do? I went East of course. Turns out that the Queen Vic Market is not only to the west of Lygon St. but also more than a couple ...