Eastern Town House Serviced Apartments
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... flavoured one, as well as one with potato chips in it!
Thursday B went into uni to get familiar with where her classes will be, and while she was there she joined the student association, DUSA and got a free hoodie :)
Friday night G was late home from work, and we both spent some time chatting to our parents (and to Lachlan - so cute, and so grown up now!). It was 8pm before we even thought about dinner, so we decided to check out a pizza bar on High street that ...
... I tried a pastry for breakfast. I got an almond croissant and a coffee! The guy told me it was the best, and I have to agree with him. The croissant was absolutely delicious!
After the Victoria Markets the group went down the street to a BBQ place for lunch. It was really good! Later after lunch, we went to the Victoria Institute of Sport. We got to talk to two athletes and get a tour of the place. The main athlete that ...
... ve enjoyed our adventure immensely; we wouldn't change a thing. So now it's back to the real world. Footy tomorrow, and school and work on Monday. Thanks everyone for your comments along the way. We were far from home at one stage and it was great to know you were there with us (kind of). We look forward to seeing you all soon. Joanne Danny Jayden Riley. ...
... either studying or playing chess..oh me and niraj played a game of chess..I won and I honestly believe it was because no one really remembered the rules loll..i really love Melbourne..i mean i could totally see myself there :)
Aashil booked Grand Prix for Friday and him and Kishan had the day off work..okay I was superrrrr excited about this..I mean how often do you get to go to go to the grand prix..I drove in with the lovely Tom in the morning..the weather was ...
... for a city is very laid back. From the first day there it was a place I could see myself living. We wondered to Federation Square; an open space that is the hub of the city. Not only is there wifi, it's great for people watching and had different activities everyday. At 6pm a free dance exercise class began and the instructor was encouraging everyone and anyone to join in. A grows gathered, the majority watching until slowly a few brave souls started dancing. The music was ...
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