Matthew Flinders Hotel Melbourne
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... Christians who went to their death for their faith there. Last time we were at the Colosseum we nearly got killed by the traffic screaming around the perimeter, but it seems to have been transformed now into a large pedestrian area, with the usual milling crowds, pedicabs and sellers of all sorts of things. By this time we were faint in the mid day sun and running out of water, so finally found a taxi (too tired now to try public transport!) to get ...
... to great outdoor beer garden. A nod and a wink, or secret handshake gets you in. Not quite, but some do have a prohibition-era speakeasy vibe.]
We are staying with friends Steffi & Torsten in their apartment in Eureka tower, which is the tallest residential building in the Southern Hemisphere (or something life that). We are on the 59th floor and the view is spectacular. They have been very kind to put us up for 5 nights. It is ...
... to Central Melbourne Mall where we indulged in a particularly tasty burger that came with a deal for cheaper cinema tickets which we used on Fifty Shades of Grey. Before we saw the film I had to go and break the news to my boss that I would be leaving. This was a moment I had been somewhat dreading. I wasn't sure how it was going to go or how they would react. Or even how I would react if they gave me issues. I caught Michael, my boss, just as he arrived at the restaurant so ...
... Chinatown I can say it is still a vibrant moving city at 10:30 pm.
I had asked one of our lovely waitresses which beach she would pick to go to if she was going. I think she looked at me dubiously and then said firmly Williamstown...it is quieter than the others. So today we went to the beach with our bathing suits in hand.
Williamstown is an hour ferry ride or a 20 minute train trip from Melbourne...so it is really now a ...
... stayed two nights in Halls Gap then set of on the longest days drive, about five hours from Victoria to South Australia and to Adelaide. We arrived at our rented house about tea tine and were washed dressed and heading into town on the tram to meet up with our friends the Medlocks within a couple of hours. Adelaide was in the middle of an arts festival so the city was alive with activity. There were sideshows, food stalls and things to do everywhere! We all met up ...
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