Mercure North Melbourne
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... Yarra river at the Langham, one of the more famous hotels here. The lobby area is very elegant and rooms very comfortable with a view of the river and the main city business centre on the other side of the river. Now 530 here and we are beginning to fade so will head out for dinner to a restaurant called Tuttobene in the complex adjacent to the hotel. Nice risotto dishes but now off to bed as we fade ...
... Cinema. The Moonlight Cinema is an outdoor movie theatre, and we had beanbag chairs with our names on them.
We briefly paused at the Shrine of Remembrance, which was built to recognize the fallen Australian soldiers from the world wars. It seemed fitting, since our film for the evening was The Water Diviner, a Russell Crowe film about Australia’s participation in WWI, particularly in Gallipoli (Turkey). WWI was very important to Australia because it was the first ...
... br> Find the video link on this page to the Go Pro footage when I finally get it sorted.
So I have just been working hard lately and unfortunately need to pay off a bit of debt which will hurt my trip, so I think on the way home it will just be a trip to Thailand again (the islands for sure) and not Vietnam and China, but who knows!
Speak soon everyone,
... a whale of a time scooping sand up and watching it flow through his fingers, the look of confusion as he couldn’t understand where it was going. He also loved to scrunch his toes in the sand and pick it back out again! He managed to build himself a little bit of a moat and bury most of his legs. It was lovely weather nice and clear but not too hot or windy (at this point).
We walked to the end of the beach and went for lunch. Tom had a pizza ...
... hordes of geek tourists, and Kiwis are more of the active adventurous types that stereotypically are the antithesis of fantasy bookworms. Anyway, back to bars... Seamstress: in Chinatown, another upstairs bar. It had silk chinese robes hanging from the ceiling. Whiskey and Alement: A specialty Whiskey bar, with a book menu 15 pages long of all types of whiskey. We went there twice, once with Brence and Sharon, and again after we met up with Lucky, Nick and Diana. Speaking of ...