Hotel Ibis Melbourne Little Bourke Street
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Having touched down in Melbourne after a pretty ****** flight, delays and terrible turbulence, we were suffering with jet lag and just wanted to hit the sack.
We made our way to southern cross station fairly easily, we came came to find that the place we had booked to stay in (through air bnb) was fairly difficult to get into. My phone had 4% …
... the Duells and Di Sarios. Playing with cousins Felix and Evie was exactly what the girls needed. There was a lot of play inside and outside the pool and the kids had a ball. The adults had a jolly time catching up as well! Matt escaped inside at one point recognising he was quite outnumbered.
We had a fantastic BBQ dinner and worked on adding to our 'to do' list as we need to get moving on a few things next week.
Cheers, The Berrys
... and most of them put a smile on their face, while they probably imagine the taste and how wonderful it would be to give in to it. The ones who don't smile, probably are the negative thinkers and the ones that see danger in every corner, always count calories and have a sour face of saying no to temptations. I get in, choose a cookie and a cake, order a coffee and watch the people walk by, the ones who stop and choose a cake and the ones that can't choose and order ...
... and so windy G's scarf blew away! I did manage to take a photo in our car park though before this happened.
We were attempting to prepare ourselves for tomorrow's drive to G's work by driving the same route in the same traffic we'll experience tomorrow. As we were driving, G found her new favourite radio station - smooth fm, which needless to say, B hated. Before it was turned off we did catch the weather which we were amazed to hear included a ...
... verging on inedible at points, not helped by the classic dirty look of a Chinese restaurant. Andrea and Lee had told us stories after leaving of how they had witnessed many brawls break out in the restaurant; the restaurant owner is now locked up for drug dealing. Walked back to the hotel, said goodbye to Andrea and Lee. Packed up our bags for the next part of our Australian trip up to Port ...