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... us comfortable for the next flight, only 6 hours. At Rome airport we had to purchase a train ticket to Roma termine. That was easy! And we felt so in control and organised .
opps spoke too soon.
The train to Florence was listed as platform 8 we had 7 mins to get there easy ! Platform 8 was half way down a tunnel and so I ran on ahead yelling Scsie Scusi ,flinging my scarf left and right, now I was sweating, we got to 8 and the gates ...
... was interesting it wasn't what I had expected. The thing that impressed me most was the large interior hall with large columns along each site that held a display of what it was like for those traveling out to Oz in a ship at about 1840.
While walking along Flinders St the extensive high-rise development along Southbank was very impressive. ...
... chocolate and covered with coconut. I HAVE to get the recipe for this one!!!
At 5pm, it was time for the Penguin Parade experience. Sadly, no photos were allowed so I’ll do my best to explain what we saw, but you can go to http://www.penguins.org.au to see their official photography. It actually made sense though, because photos wouldn’t have turned out and we were able to enjoy the experience much ...
We arrived to Melbourne to find hidden lane ways with amazing street art. There are cafes on every corner and sometimes two. Queen Victoria Market is the largest outdoor we have seen where they sell everything you can image. And best of all the food has been ...
... the boys were very excited to meet her, they got a tad hyper. Our last day in Melbourne came round too quickly and Simon asked if we could go back to Albert Park as he dearly wanted to walk some of the track, well if he had his way we would have walked around all of it! We headed to Federation Square and to the ACMI (Australia Centre of Moving Image) which was cool and is a brilliant interactive place for children and adults to learn ...