Lifestyle Apartments At Ferntree
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... any hostel! We were even treated to a guided tour around the city, complete with possum spotting and almost dessert at Max Brannings (sadly time had flown by and when we got there it was closed). Luckily Jay hadn't bigged it up or got us excited by the prospect of chocolatey dessert at all! After a full on, but good all round day we were pretty pooped out and the arrival of the worlds biggest blow up mattress and pink quilt was a welcome ...
... all this bleakness is the happy smiling faces of all my grandchildren as one after another they run and in Moses case, crawl to greet me. Their warmth, their excitement, their genuine happiness to see me again is overwhelming ……. it is good to be home amongst the grandchildren again.
After three months in South Africa I have returned home to Australia for five weeks to see my new granddaughter "June" who was born in April ...
... Jeff was talkative bit only played for an hour and twenty minutes. His voice was great and he mixed in Zeppelin and NIN. At one point he said he would come out after the show and 'shake babies etc', I yelled 'Make babies' to which he acknowledged a 'NO' not making babies. All of the songs we slowed down and he added a few new ones ... No matter, I have seen Jeff more than any other group ever - a voice that will live ...
... is legal, and the painters are free to experiment and give colors to the walls. The paintings are renewed with new paintings all the time, and only a hand-full of paintings remain for more than 6 months. In this way there is always new art produced and everyone can take part in it.
One night we went to see the special St Kilda penguins, who apparently is the smallest of 17 Penguin species. They were super sweet.
Pretty rocky night at sea but things had calmed down a lot by the time we woke. Had a pretty active morning - did half a Zumba Class, then Line Dancing followed by a brisk walk 4 times round the deck (2.5 times round = 1 mile). Later on Allan and I tried the "Hole in One" (putting) and the "Carpet Bowls" competitions, both of which we ...