Vibe Hotel Carlton
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... in 140 years.
We boarded the van and began our drive back to Melbourne around 5PM. Our journey would take us down the A1, the freeway that connects all of the continental state capitals of Australia. The last thing I remember before passing out is Steve showing us some cows walking in single file toward a milking barn; inland Victoria looked very similar to Indiana and, well, jet lag had finally caught up with me. I opened my eyes as we neared Melbourne long enough to see ...
Essex English drunks did their best for the stereotype while we tried to sleep for our 10am flight on Saturday morning to Sydney. Emma, then Julia, then Emma again took issue with their party outside our ground floor dorm room door. They didn't recognise us by breakfast, but we could smell them. We found the queue for Australia's favourite budget airline, Jetstar, not quite yet out of the door. The flustered girl in the orange jacket ran up and down the queue pulling ...
... budget. We settled on an authentic Mexican restaurant just down the street and enjoyed a tasty meal. Drinks/cocktails... This is a bit of a sore spot and it surfaced again at the Mexican place. They served delicious looking cocktails and margaritas that I longed for, but at NYC cocktail prices. All through our Aussie tour we didn't once splurge for a cocktail because; it wasn't in the budget, and we really couldn't justify the cost. At $13-20 a drink it was ...
The last full day in Melbourne, I really should have stayed for a week if not longer, spoke to a girl I used to teach yesterday Emily, she is spending a year at Melbourne Uni (Lucky *****!) Plan was for another sporty sporty day, everything is so close together that I have on,y had to use the tram once, I walked from the hotel to the Olympic Park it only took an hour so I was too early to go on the Rod Laver Tour, so I walked ...
... morning we were joined by Aaron, Maike's Aussie friend whom she met in Byron. He was from Newcastle (just north of Sydney) and being his first time to Melbourne hadn't expected it to be so cold. Neither had we, it was freezing! First stop was to the Queen Victoria market where he bought a hoody and jeans and Maike bought a woolly hat! Being so cold and tired from the previous night we didn't do a lot, we rode the free tram that looped the city centre to sightsee ...