Quest on Bourke
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuest on Bourke Melbourne
As this is my first night, I can't really speak to a lot, but what I have seen is very nice. especially the spa!
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... among the top most expensive to live in. It even has spit and chewing gum on the street with stray leaves and wrappers floating about! It is gritty but seems like a friendly place. Gary said..."Oh oh here we go, we are already falling in love with another city."
So that was about our day....drove south 670 kms, found our hotel, spent a couple hours walking about down town Melbourne, bought yogurt and wine and now ...
... in Southern Melbourne, seeing the Queen Victoria Gardens, Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne Park, and then back to the MCG.
The Queen Victoria Gardens is an open park with different monuments and little statues everywhere. The Shrine of Remembrance is a large war memorial for all the conflicts and peacekeeping efforts of Australia. Fascinated by war history, I couldn't pass up this opportunity. Out front, there is an eternal flame burning ...
... around Melbourne during the day, and helped Chetna prepare New Year's Eve dinner in the evening. New Year's Eve in Melbourne was lots of fun. We had a nice Italian-style dinner at Chetna's place with pizza, tiramisu and Champagne, and went to see the fireworks afterwards. We first went to see the fireworks for children, and at midnight, Giacomo and I saw the big fireworks at Southbank. The fireworks at midnight were absolutely ...
... will make a very pleasant change and helps to bring about a sense of normality. Jen is very thankful to have help from mum and dad MacG over the coming two weeks, especially with packed lunches, nightly home learning and all round sanity.
Thank you for sharing this great adventure with us and for your lovely, supportive and funny comments as we made our way to Melbourne and commenced the settling in process.
Love to you all, Matt, Jen, Sarah & Emma xxx
... buildings that the rest of the CBD hadn’t shown us. Melbourne was finally getting an identity other than just a uniform (and cold) city.
One part did disappoint us though - Hosier Lane. We had heard this whole lane was covered in street art and having seen some images online we were keen to see it. Unfortunately the street art had just been ruined by normal grafitti. No-one cares about seeing some idiots ‘tag’ yet these covered ...