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... Unfortunately not. Although there was a pretty view back to Melbourne this area didn't really speak the volumes that the guidebooks had told us. We had dinner and headed back. On our third day we headed to the famous Queen Victoria markets - opened in the 1800s. This was incredible. We all could have quite happily spent the rest of the day there, purchasing souvenirs, clothes and importantly olives. After the hustle and bustle, and Alastair's ...
... there's another set of doors on the outside that open at the same time, but didn't this time! We ended up having to use the emergency phone in the lift to call for help, and then waited about twenty minutes for them to call B (who was the only one in the lift with a phone) and tell her how to get us out of the lift. In case you're wondering, B does still use the lift at work.
One other weekend G and I decided to explore around our area a bit more. We know ...
... the entrance to the grounds and on one of the outside walls. The words which were borrowed from a Greek poet who wrote them to commemorate the bravery and sacrifice of the Spartans who fought and died against overwhelming odds are " LET ALL MEN KNOW THAT THIS IS HOLY GROUND. THIS SHRINE ESTABLISHED IN THE HEARTS OF MEN, AS ON THE SOLID EARTH COMMEMORATES A PEOPLES FORTITUDE AND SACRIFICE. YE THAT COME AFTER GIVE REMEMBRANCE "
Having reached Melbourne after a hectic week, our aim was to take it easy whilst spending our last few days in Australia. We started by taking a 3 hour walking tour across the city on our first morning. It was a great was to see all the prime spots surrounding us and learn about Melbourne, especially hearing about the extent of the rivalry between Melbourne and Sydney, so much so that they had to build a completely new city (Canberra) in the middle to be ...
... multicultural area with a
fab market; market stall men in competition to sell their goods shouted out, "strawberries
for a $1" “two spinach a dollar” repeatedly, very loud in your ears but
creating a real bustling market atmosphere. We could still here the shouting
ringing in our ears long after we had left the market!! We had
borrowed Danielle's shopping trolley so looked like locals!!! and got some
lovely fruit and veg.
Friday was ...