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We don't have plans yet for this weekend, but I can tell you we've booked a weekend on the Great Ocean Road in early February, so we'll definitely have something exciting to write about again soon.
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... headed home, gathered our stuff and headed in to the city for some more tourist action, First we went to the Eureka tower, up to the 88th floor, i've never been in a building so high that your ears pop as you go up in the lift. The view from the top was incredible and looked over the whole city with 360deg views. We also had our photo taken in a green box (uploaded) which was great fun. We walked past the Alexandra gardens, saw the botanical gardens over ...
... The service was excellent though and the meals were nice. Sleep not as good on this leg as the lay flat pods of Business are so much better for feeling rested. Arrived home to Melbourne on time and had arranged a driver to take us home so the trip was not stressful. Now having showered and resting decided to enter the final update to our trip. We are looking forward to visiting both Norway and Scotland ...
... to Melbourne and we hit the road around 9:30am. As we got closer to Melbourne the weather was getting noticeably cooler but also more unpredictable. During the time that it took us to complete the rest of our journey we encountered 2 separate torrential rainstorms both of which we so bad that on both occasions I had to pull off the freeway at my first opportunity so I could pull over and wait them out. It was ridiculous. I mean I literally couldn't see ...
... and I know that my Mum, Auntie and Godmother would have loved it too. It was jam packed with beautiful flowers, it even had a bridge with a water feature, if I worked near there it would definitely be my lunchtime spot of choice.
Next a drive around the sport precinct which includes the famous Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) then it was off to the city centre or as they say here the CBD - Central Business District. Here we alighted the bus and met another ...