Docklands Serviced Apartments
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... Emma, Karl, Abi, Sam & Taylor) were well fed and caught up. Another reason for choosing here was that just over the road is Messina, Vicky's favourite ice cream shop, so naturally we all indulged before saying our farewells for a while once again. Abi had kindly offered to let us stay at their flat in St Leonards so the three of us got the train back and met Dan (Abi's husband) upon our arrival. The four of us relaxed and caught up further before retiring to bed - it was a ...
... minute shopping, head to the hockey to see the Morrison’s (and end up seeing half of Albury), then over to Aunty Wilma and Uncle Lidio’s for a last hug and kiss from family.
Then finally the airport ….. 'why are we getting there at 6.50pm??’ I ask ‘We don’t fly out until 10.40pm.’ ‘You are the last family to board’ the hostess tells me ….. and there is my answer!
... room had two sets of bunk beds and a bathroom as well as a desk. It was a pleasant trip with not too much movement, once you got used to the noise and shudder of the boat...All good no seasickness...... I did not sleep a lot but I will sleep well tonight at Strahan I guess..
We got up at 4.30am and had a lovely shower and then waited on level 7 until they called us to take our vehicle and caravan ...
... Thanks Jean! At Heathrow our new friend told us to catch the express train into the city so following his advice off we go to to the train only to be told that it was temporarily suspended. Would have been nice to hear this before we walked there. By the way, I was running across the road on Thursday when I hurt my leg with a stretched/torn muscle in my calf so walking is a big deal for me at the moment! It's getting better each day but I am hobbling. Anyway, back to the cab rack ...
... Queen Victoria Gardens’ and we found some cool surprises in ‘Fitzroy Gardens’ near Melbourne’s Parliament House and Treasury buildings.
As we turned a corner of colourful begonias, there stood before us an English country cottage. It turned out to be the quaint home (built in 1755) of Captain James Cook’s parents. In the 1930’s the cottage was carefully dismantled from ...