Pullman Melbourne Albert Park
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... a very exciting day. In the afternoon we went to the library, they have a small museum in there with Ned Kelly's armour on display. Then we caught the tram to St. Kilda. We accidentally managed to not pay, which was a bit stressful as they had traffic officers waiting at some of the stops, not ours though fortunately. We met up with our lovelies Max and Rich, they took us to dinner. We had the biggest chicken Parma's you've ever ...
... identified us. Currently we are waiting for our flight to Athens, which is departing later than expected. Finally underway, we had to be taken to the plane by bus as the airport is so large. There is building going on all around the airport so it is going to be even larger. There is a dusty haze everywhere and it was 34C when we took off at 9.45am. Think Abu Dhabi is off my visiting list. ; too much sweating for me .. ...
... noise coming towards them. Holding on to each others hands they looked carefully out of the bedroom door and down the passage, not sure where the noise was coming from. They saw a small dim figure moving towards them and at the same moment they looked at each other and said "Dog!"
They quickly hid behind the door as the Dog came into the bedroom sniffing for floor toys. All they toys were scared of the Dog. Each night after the family was alseep, the Dog would come into ...
... Check out the menu names it was all very tongue in cheek. The cocktail was equally amazing: vanilla rum, vodka, rose water and orange with watermelon slices! After necking an entire jug we headed home to bed. We would have arrived quicker however Sid decided he knew the route and took us so far out of our way we literally saw the whole of Melbourne before arriving home! Another bloody asking your! Our poor poor feet! ...
It took only about an hour to drive from my Melbourne Eastern suburbs home to the Werribee zoo, using a loop route called the M80 Ring road and the Geelong freeway. We didn't leave until after the peak rush finished at 9am, but that got us to Werribee in good time.
There was ample parking and like at Healesville yesterday there were several ...