Grand Hotel Melbourne - A Member of the MGallery Collection
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... and got 2 pairs of trousers and 4 shirts (orginally wanting 3 shirts, but got a 4th as it was the sale offer).
This was the first day we didn't actually have anything on, so we caught up on sleep and went into the CBD around 2pm after walking down Hampton high street and having my eyebrows waxed. We met up with some friends that we'd made in Cambodia and had a drink with them, while we caught up. We were still ...
... buildings have already been removed. Even the Police building, approx 8 floors, is about to be imploded soon to bring it down.
What is quite clever is that they have started a small container shopping centre. In part of the previous open space area in the city centre they have place many shipping containers, painting them vibrant colours and installing shops inside them. There are fashions, food, cafés, banks, etc etc.
So much is still to be done and yet I don't see ...
It's Saturday and we have been at sea for 7 days and have nearly reached our next desination of the Port of Safaga. Looking forward to getting off and getting onto land. I think I might have mentioned this before and you can probably guess Im itching to see the places on my itinerary. Today we set ourselves up in the Savannah lounge as we usually do after breakfast each day to update blog, do some crossword or just ...
... in our shorts and tank tops. Donut consumed, rain still falling, we decided to head back to the hotel instead of attempting to go up the Eureka Sky Tower, which was our original game plan. Here's where things got a bit tricky. We had caught the free tram down here, but we didn't know how late the free tram ran. There are all sorts of other trams, but we hadn't been able to figure out their card system for using those yet. So we shivered in the corner of one of the tram shelters ...
... at Haigh's (an Australian chocolate shop) to ensure that the Australian chocolatiers were up to par. They were! Hoping to burn off some chocolate calories we walked along the river catching glimpses of the Australian Open arena's across the water. Tons of people we out and about chatting over drinks at the many riverside restaurants. We joined in stopping at Federation Square for a coffee. We strolled the city centre taking ...