Grand Mercure Docklands
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Travel Blogs from Melbourne
We arrived in Melbourne in 1 May and Peter, in particular, has been very busy since. He has been meeting up with some business colleagues in Melbourne, Perth and Sydney as well as spending many hours sitting at the computer.
As for me, my time was mainly spent socialising!
We had a lovely evening with a large group of Melbourne friends, many of whom had travelled to our home in Mt Maunganui ...
Well, its been a while everyone, and we know you've missed us. It's expected. We're pretty awesome. But enough of this sentimental beginning, we're going to jump right into the Australian part of our adventure.
Here's how it began.
We flew into Melbourne around 11PM on February 21st. Now you have no idea how excited were, given the fact that we hadn't eaten a familiar meal, or understood anyone in weeks. So looking back, we had some pretty high hopes for ...
... and still has it, sang all his popular songs from his Mondo Rock days as well as finishing off with Eagle Rock which is probably his most famous song. We then headed down to another bar, so many bars....so little time as we heard Rubber Soul (Beatles cover band ) were playing. We couldn't get in for the crowd so abandoned that idea and grabbed myself a cuppa and headed back to the cabin to catch up on Sky News. Night ...
Thought for the day: "When I was a pup, I had one toy and it was a stick"
It's been fun revisiting my log from our trip around the Pacific Rim in 2012. Melbourne had been one of our stops. We rode the free shuttle around the town then, as we did again this time. I had expressed my concern that the free shuttle threatened “the demise of Western civilization as we know it.” I wrote:
“Now on to the threat ...
... thirty. I got back and got ready for bed and went to sleep.
Woke up this morning (Saturday) and panicked a little bit. My phone had completely died the night before and there weren't any outlets in the room that I could see so it was not able to tell me what time it was. My kindle was still on an unknown time zone back in the states (Lima maybe?) and not useful to telling me the current time. I was worried I'd missed the check out time (ten AM) and ...