Dickson Parklands Apartment Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... the fact that I really like cities, which I already knew. Lots of people are like 'I find cities to busy' or 'There is nothing like being outside of the city' and I will admit yes, I see your points and yes I like to escape every so often especially when it involves going to our cottage outside of Ottawa but, I love cities.
In Melbourne we basically just wandered around. We did a little bit of shopping (don't worry we got rid of stuff to make ...
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... that to mean defeated.
As you can tell we had a great time at the Old Parliament building. Next up not to be missed we read was the National Museum of Australia. Well fabulous modern gorgeous building, terrific lunch out on the deck overlooking Lake Burley Griffin but we just couldn't get the plot. For some reason we just couldn't get engaged in the displays. There are various galleries devoted to Australia...but we both felt there was not agreement on exactly ...
... was full of getting organized and finding out where everything is. Campus is about a 15 minute walk away, surrounded by scenery that reminds me a bit of Santa Cruz, although we are not on the water. Campus itself is way larger than Agnes (duh), but the layout seems pretty straightforward. I got all set up with my student card and wandered around a bit. I headed back to my dorm for a bit and started to get a bit lonely- I always knew I would be in ...
... founder of Tour d'Afrique has been a good friend of Tony Wheeler for a number of years. Tony and his wife Maureen were the founders of Lonely Planet, and they had read an International Herald Tribune article about TDA's Cairo to Cape Town epic a number of years ago. Tony then sponsored a team of Lonely Planet staffers (including himself) to do several sections of the Africa route. So he is a true TDA veteran, and since he knew we were passing through Melbourne, he invited us all to ...