Grand Mercure Docklands
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... it would be she got in my head about the draft… maybe the draft really will kill me?!!! So I layered up two tank tops and a sweater then SInisa was going on about we need to bring another sweater so we ended up taking the bag and when we got there the sun was shining and we were sweating!!!
The food stops in Australia are awesome nothing like at home! They have massive barbeques for the German sausages and real wood ovens ...
... in some of the bars along the way - noticeably a roof top bar which had amazing views of the cities skyline at night! With everyone a few drinks in we ended up in a bar with live music so it was only customary that they should bring in Vicky's birthday with a room of fans singing along! Once midnight had passed Joe joined us after work and we continued until the wee hours before heading back to Seddon for a few more drinks and bed. The plan on the Friday had always been ...
... br> Mathilda greeted us off the airport shuttle bus, from which I had already caught site of a bunch of kangaroos on the side of the road! It was amazing to see her again, we both left our work family HoZ around the same time for our great adventures, and we were so excited to see her amazing new house and life in this lovely city. Within the hour we were due at the theatre to see their incredibly talented flatmate Sophie perform at ...
... room itself was very nice. Thankfully we had very good luck with all of our accommodations on the trip. Next order of business was getting into the more touristy/scenic areas and of course finding something to eat (are you sensing a pattern here cause I know I am!). We hopped on one of the free #35 trams and rattled and clunked our way along. Right away you could just get a sense for the more European, cosmopolitan feel that Melbourne has versus Sydney. We kinda had it all through out ...
... in their forest corner as we viewed them across a small waterway. The elephants looked much happier than their sad counterparts in India in a huge compound: they were unchained to start with. All in all it was a very pleasant day in not too hot sunshine Our next adventure was wandering down through Melbourne's lanes and arcades to Federation Square. The city is full of quite narrow back streets, such streets are rare in Australia, with much more European ...