Lyall Hotel And Spa
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... name continues but I am favouring Wombat since I have fallen in love with them.
dingoes were Karma, Manuka and Tambo - not sure how I will feel calling out those names in Delamere Forest - the name hunt and indeed breed hunt continues especially after meetings few cattle dogs - they would eat us out of house and home!!
... seen before and apparently tasted foul too. So that's one restaurant crossed of our list, but we found many more to try out while we were walking.
Saturday B had work, so B and G caught the train into town together. While B worked, G spent some time exploring and shopping in the city. We caught up for lunch together, where G tried her first ever bagel (she loved it!). In the afternoon, while B was still working, G spent some time at the State Library on the internet. After ...
... clear skies, but it was cold. I know I can't complain about the weather to Canadians, but it is going down to 6 degrees at night and only getting up to 15 degrees in the days now.
On Friday I got to attend my first Rugby Union game. There is also a rugby league but that is different somehow and the only difference I can remember is that rugby league players wear shorter shorts! Lach will be horrified, but his mom told me that is the only way she can tell the ...
... no reason..she then went home and I was using her Australian phone and the battery also died so she had no way to contact me..she had to call mum to find my English number..and by then it was 8.30pm..I met this abo on the train..he was sooo scary looking..proper black, I mean the type that you could only see eyes and teeth if smiled in the dark!!! His eyes were big..blood shot red..wild long spikey hair..and he decided to follow me and sit right opposite and just stare! I was ...
... our host and then it was bedtime. It was a great start to our time in Melbourne and we sure started as we meant to go on. On Thursday we headed for the art gallery, the free ones of course. 'Melbourne Now'; a collaboration of artists all over the city, was a brilliant exhibition. We were there for hours, partly due to all the interactive pieces. We had lunch after in Fed Square; some more reduced sandwiches (we'd hit the jackpot again!) and walked around south bank, taking in ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLyall Hotel And Spa Melbourne
This is great place to stay especially if more then a few days. Location is handy and only 3 train stops from Federation Square. Excellent amenities, rooms are immaculate and the staff go beyond and above.
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