Ibis Budget Melbourne Fawkner
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The long awaited day has arrived. Amped. Quick stop over in Sydney and then onto Dallas to get the honeymoon ball rolling. Bit of race day betting for Al in the American Express lounge and a trip down memory lane for me when I happened upon a Swatch display - as mum knocked one over at Termini station Italy in 2000 which subsequently knocked down 2 others causing a stealing frenzy at an overpopulated ...
... that I've drank imperial pints after being used to schooners and it makes a big difference! Never the less after having both found employment for a bit, both receiving our tax rebates and actually finishing a week of work for the first time in eight weeks we deserved our respective treats! Now let's hope we enjoy our employment, put the rebate to good use and work for the next eight weeks at least and everything will work out swimmingly! Written by ...
... Tower Bridge and watch the passing parade and the lights come on in London. This can also be done at the rooftop restaurant overlooking Trafalgar Square. See ... sometimes there are places worth 'sitting and eating'... PostScript ... In April this year a helicopter had to land in Trafalgar Square to airlift a woman with serious injuries. She had fallen 11 ft from a bronze lion. I may have to reassess that one on the ...
Video Girl was up early this morning excited, anxious, nervous and nauseous. This was the first time she had ever travelled overseas by herself. She was excited about going but also was going to miss Battery Boy and her two sons very much.
She checked that her passport was in her handbag at least 17 times. It was there each time she checked!
Whilst she was getting ready, Battery Boy ...
... fact very little of anything in the Southern Hemisphere.
We then had a light lunch (except for one who had to have the "large" bento box) and next set off for a fairly long walk to the Immigration Museum (yes, it's the largest in the Southern Hemisphere) to try to track down an old relation of the Smale's whose picture we had found in an old set of photos that my sister had been hiding for years. We are not sure whether he ...