Grand Mercure Docklands
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
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... 1840’s and the house was abandoned for 100 years but was rebuilt in the 1940 and again in the 1990’s. Called the Seahorse hotel it is in the most beautiful position sat in it own parkland and directly on the beach BUT AND ITS A BIG BUT – the refit is a disaster more south fork meets the Bates hotel in psycho run by a toothless gay chap whose main oaacupration seemed to e making what little hair he’d stand up with gel and ...
... of the loo's". Departing Sebastian and Alan (less a few dollars) I headed for Melbourne to board the Spirit of Tasmania to ferry me, my car, and caravan to Tasmania. I chose to do the nine-hour ferry 'day-trip' as I wanted to experience crossing Bass Strait in daylight....the last time I crossed it was on a dark moonless night in a gale force headwind on the South African yacht Stormvogel...we were participating in the Sydney to Hobart yacht race, so this crossing was ...
... It's great how trusting cycle tourers are to just give their places up by the way. Their hospitality is unmatched. Yet sadly I found myself yet again in an empty house. After the excitement of finishing wore off I was almost feeling like I might sell my bike and get moving after a couple of days. After all, it only took 2 or 3 days of sightseeing in Sydney for me to decide it was time to go. Luckily I had a chance ride with a friendly ferry worker who convinced ...
... consisted mostly of some cocoa memorabilia (Droste Cacao!) and looking at workers through a window (not sure how I'd feel if I was them). We then went to the tasting room/store and sampled some wares (yum! I can report Lotte likes fine chocolates) and bought some goods. Not feeling like we'd consumed enough today, we had afternoon tea (well Marc had coffee and I had a cinnamon hot chocolate to share with Lotte) there as well.
... Nonetheless, here we go.
It took me about 2 weeks to get a job after landing in Melbourne. I had a few phone backs etc, but largely, it wasn't as easy as people make it out to be. There are so many scams/commission only/pyramid scheme jobs that try and get you hooked but after wading through those, I managed to find a job at a warehouse doing general storeman duties but also with lots of computer stuff and sales which is quite cool. Or it would be if the ...