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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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... its stuck on rails and won’t budge for you!
In the 19th century Melbourne was Australia’s largest and most populous city and served as the interim Capital between 1901 and 1927 until the builders eventually cut down on tea breaks and finished Canberra. It’s a shame however that Melbourne didn’t keep its original name – Batmania! No, seriously... ...
... team and we sucked so, so hard. We scrapped fifth position out of six teams. After that we headed down to the basement where we were joined by Romina, Roxanne, Liam and a slew of French and Germans to give Ra a good send off as he now had to leave a day earlier than expected. Here the beer pong commenced. Robb and I took on the Germans and won one and lost one. Sadly we didn't have a decider. The rest of the night was mostly just boisterous chit chat about travelling and ...
... than Melbourne I got us here to our hotel, The Oaks which is on a block long street (Market Street) and 3 blocks from Federation Square. In case you haven't been to Melbourne this is THE heart of Melbourne for everything it would seem...bars, transportation hub, shopping and all the arts centres. I even had to divert us from the toll road over to Sydney Road which must have been the old road in from Sydney. It was ...
... s just too hot to wear the rain jacket that I brought (and it’s always left behind in the hotel in any case!) Or, just get wet. The rain never last long. All of the locals are complaining bitterly about the heat (they clearly haven’t experience summer in Davis!) but my only complaint has been the humidity. In fact, the weather has been fine and never gotten in the way of anything I’ve wanted to do. ...
... Great Wheel. The Melbourne Star is a 30 minute ride around a wheel with great views of the city. I got a superb view of most of the city, and Gordo pointed out different sights the entire time. We were lucky as there was no line, allowing us to walk right up and onto the Wheel. Since it was a slow day, we even got our own pod. Henry (Gordo and Nicole's youngest son) Gordo and I had the whole place to ourselves! Next was lunch, where I had a ...