Ibis Budget Melbourne Fawkner
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Melbourne was our first stop in Australia where we picked up our Jucy sleeper to drive the Great Ocean road and Grampians for 4 nights (see pure opus blog).... On return to Melbourne we stayed with Izzy (Liams friend from working back in the UK) which was great as she gave us an insight in to life in Melbourne. It was the grand prix weekend in Melbourne during our 4 days which was exciting and we experienced the atmosphere ...
... go.. at 930! When everyone was exhausted!! Sinias, Violetta, Pece and I went to Dominos and it was fun! Afterwards we went to the place they have coffee and I had wine and Violetta and I chatted and chatted while the guys gambled it was awesome! We came back and I watched a soccer game drinking wine till 3 in the morning with SInisa and Pece! The day was long but really fun and interesting and cool like who gets to go to a formula 1 race in ...
... on the lovely local vibe of the surrounding neighbourhoods. Edd's highlight remains the Gin & Tonic Garden where we wiled away an afternoon!
Sunday night was pizza night with the flatmates, and again it was such a pleasue to hang out with a family atmosphere in a big house. After life on the road and in dorms, just doing our own washing, cooking together and hanging out in their lovely house and garden was a real treat. We ...
... in our shorts and tank tops. Donut consumed, rain still falling, we decided to head back to the hotel instead of attempting to go up the Eureka Sky Tower, which was our original game plan. Here's where things got a bit tricky. We had caught the free tram down here, but we didn't know how late the free tram ran. There are all sorts of other trams, but we hadn't been able to figure out their card system for using those yet. So we shivered in the corner of one of the tram shelters ...
... so we passed on through and took an old fashioned tram (Roz found it reminiscent of San Francisco) round to Victoria Harbour where more Chinese things were going on. The harbour area was very reminiscent of Docklands in London, though the yachts were probably larger, there was the same mix of waterside apartments, sporting arenas and bars. Finding we could get a beer for under £4.00 we stopped to reflect on Melbourne and were of course served by a lad from ...