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... the Melbourne Trades Hall. The three 8's on top signify - 8 hours labour, 8 hours recreation and 8 hours rest, created by Robert Owen
We exited the bus near the Eureka Tower (975ft high, 88 floors), named after the miners who revolted against exorbitant government levies in 1854, and walked across the river to Flinders Street Station, one of the main transportation hubs in the city. Speaking ...
... for a while. We later
walked to the Library, which, had a large lofty reading room and was nicely air
conditioned. The library also had a small museum and some interesting artefacts
including the suit of armour made and warn by Ned Kelly, bullet holes and all!!
Amongst the eclectic exhibits we found a first edition copy of Dylan Thomas’
illustrated ‘Under Milkwood’, we didn’t expect to see that. ‘Culturised’ it was
time for ...
... not as high as promised but definitely without the chill in the air we've experienced all week. As we arrived Jamie looked the part, all dressed up but going nowhere? Where's your whites J? It was then we realised that Jamie's team were batting, and Jamie's not a natural batter... He was one of the last to go! We hung around for what seemed like days when you're not a cricket fan, enjoying the sun and the picnic Rachel had packed. But eventually we called time and headed off to ...
... bag that allegedly has smuggled some extra goodies in my luggage... (For any spies reading this: a) I thought I could say anything, throw the word allegedly in there somewhere and get away with it... Seems to work for our print media? b) really? You search travel blogs? C) hope this one is slightly entertaining and finally d) there's nothing that would take your fancy,,, unless you're after a ridiculous number of espadrilles, a hair ...
Melbourne - As soon as we arrived we went straight to St Kilda pier & saw the penguins, then wondered into Luna Park. Simon being an F1 fan we of course had to go to Albert Park, even though the race was held back in March Simon was so excited that we were driving around the track. We parked up so that the boys could walk over the start finish line, walk, more like run, into the pit lane and Nathan & Simon were able to walk up to ...