Docklands Serviced Apartments
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... farms, taking scenic routes rather than the main roads. There were only 7 of us on the tour and we came away with new friendships; indeed we spent that evening with Nina from New York and Anne from Kuala Lumpur in the Italian Quarter, ending up drinking Irish whiskey back at Nina's hotel. Isn't that just what these trips are about ? :)). Our favourite vineyard was the last one we visited called Coombe Vineyard. Peter, our host, who looked ...
... suggest a night here to break up the drive, do some shopping and then cruise into Vegas (takes an hour).
From here I was on my own and had pre booked all my accommodation. First up it was a night at Monument Valley in a Tipi. Not sure words can describe this experience and the view. If staying at Monument Valley would recommend this option.
A short ride down the highway to Cameron where I stayed at the Cameron ...
... windows over the cities skyline are breathtaking! We met for lunch on Thursday and it would be a nice place to spend your working days - similar to Salford Quays in some respects! Outside of work we've continued our journey through the years with Harry Potter - now with only the final film to go! We've also seemingly turned Wednesday's in to an unorthodox date night as we kill time before futsal. This week we were in the city, initially at the ...
... outside here in Melbourne as I write with our first port of call I.e., Dubai forecasting a 41 degree day for our arrival. Our schedule sees us having a 9 hour stopover in Dubai before boarding our flight bound for Lyon, France. All going to plan we should arrive into Lyon at around 7:30pm French ...
... was for 13:00 but we got the tram into St Kilda straight away to have a wander around the area before indulging our palette. To our surprise we saw another 'Luna Park' and walked around the beach where our Lonely Planet book rightly described it as a far cry from Bondi, resembling more Brighton beach than any of its Australian counterparts - especially with the dreary weather. Despite its less than exotic appeal, I over heard a local say that penguins breach ...