Harbour View Apartment Hotel
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Peter finally picked me up in our next campervan which is a 6 berth so a bit on the large size but rather comfy and spacious. It has three double beds so we had one each and the best sleeps ever. We named her Helga, as she is a Mercedes and the staff in the hire depot were all German girls, very efficient and a bit fierce.
We drove south out of Sydney on a 6 lane freeway which was a little busy. We soon turned off and headed into the Blue Mountains. In fact it became ...
Checking for hot air balloons when she gets out of bed every morning
Eating her paper books
Reaching for the TV & watching Mum&Dad race to catch her.
What Sophie doesn't like to do:
Having her nails trimmed
Having her nose wiped
Us brushing her teeth (she has 7 now)
Finishing her bath
Falling onto the balcony (oops).
... town Geelong.
The next day we relaxed while Chris and linden went to work. Then got a train to glen waverly, were we got picked up by Sophie. We went to an awesome vegan restaurant and it was really delicious. We returned to her house and met her amazing mother. We went out the next day for a few hours shopping and doing regular things! Then had an awesome bbq for dinner and spent some time with her parents. It was nice to hang out and relax!
After leaving our bags with the concierge, we decided that we hadn't really looked at the shops. We quite liked the Post Office building as it had colourful 'flags' ( for want of a better description) all around the building. They were a permanent part of the structure and were very bright and cheerful. We then found the newly ...
... criminal tendency. This was where the famous Ned Kelly was kept and hanged. We then took a world wind tour of the city. The older structures and buildings reminded me of New Orleans as they has wrought iron around the front of the balconies (what the locals call iron lace) very much like the French Quarter. The bus let us out at St. Patrick's Cathedral. It was built in the 1880's and was beautiful, but did not have the grandeur that we had seen in Wells or Canterbury. ...