Manor House Serviced Apartments
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... each day, there must be many millions of euros for upkeep, but the place is covered with weeds, makeshift fences and messy paths - very Italian! I'm sure the Romans kept it tidier!
Although we didn't plan to go into the Colosseum, I really wanted to sight it again, so we exited the forum at that end and gazed again at the incredible structure that so defines Rome. I can't even bear to think about what went on in that arena, but I sure ...
... while away the break between the service and the reception with some people watching. We also got some great photos of the sun going down over the city. The reception was on the 25th floor of the Langham hotel and it had incredible views over the city. The reception was great fun with some really interesting people, great food and endless glasses of wine. I even got down on the dance floor a few times. We finally walked home at ...
There are a LOT of bars in Melbourne, tucked down graffiti clad back alleys, along the river, and on the rooftops. We are tackling one bar at a time: Ponyfish, Croft Institute, Bar Laurinha, Cookie, Harry's Bar, Siglo’s Supper club, 1802, Modiva, Berlin (East & West), Isakaya Den, Whiskey Alement, Little Italy, Claypot, Gradi, Belgian Beer Café…. All quirky, pulsing, ethnic and palate pleasing. Melbourne is a true foodie city.
... amp;M so I waited outside whilst she undid the philosophy of traveling light. The morning went by quickly and we found that before long we were peckish again so started looking around for possible lunch locations. We found one of the walking guides in the bag and this led us around a number of Melbourne's arcades and alleyways (the first alley we came across was dubious at best). By the time we'd finished the walk all we had accomplished was making ourselves hungrier. We ...
It is late tonight and the wi-fi is iffy so this might be short, or not at all.
Melbourne during and after its gold rush days, and especially in the 1880's was known as "Marvellous Melbourne" and I think that pretty much applies today. It seems to have everything on offer...culture, great food, on the ocean, good climate, terrific public transit and lots of bike lanes. Having just walked in from seeing a play and then ...