North Melbourne Serviced Apartments
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... town exploring Ned Kelly's last stand & all the timber replica's. Arrived at Port Melbourne at 2pm got a great parking spot infront of the entrance at $5/hr. We had some really yummy chicken burgers ($18) and ate them on the waterfront watching the seagulls flying past. After lunch went for a stroll along the foreshore taking photos of the Spirit from every angle. A couple of hours to relax before we had to board. ...
... be investigating a series of backlogged cases were customers had reported dissatisfaction with the service they had received. Vicky knew a couple of the faces from the assessment but with a group of fifteen (all other travellers) there was always going to be an opportunity to be social. On the Friday of their first week they agreed to head out in to the city for a couple of drinks. I agreed to join them and they all seem really nice so even ...
We got up early and spent all day on chores so that the place will look tidy for the housesitters (assumng it will stay tidy while our son is looking after the place before he goes away).
We were kindly invited over to our friends place (Brad and Jane) for a meal before Brad took us to the airport - very much appreciated!
Everything was on time so we were away at 11pm on the first leg of the trip to stop over in Doha in Qatar (14 hours) and then to Istanbul (4 ...
... in Melbourne is 10°.
In the daytime!I!
I haven't felt temperatures like that for a month... not even overnight!
And I'm wearing my Birkenstocks...
More rude though is the frostiness at Tullamarine. A Customs strike apparently. With two planes just landed and one man working, the line stretches for easily 500m around three luggage belts. ...
... through there and then grabbed a tram in Bourke Street again and headed to the Southern Cross Station, well actually we headed to the Mail Exchange Hotel and had a couple of pre lunch ciders. We then took a tram back to Queen Street and then wandered through some more laneways on our way to Roule Galette which is just off Flinders Lane. This was another place Amy found on the interwebs and given its Bastille Day what better to have for ...