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... Cup was to be hosted just that weekend! We went to Federation Square which is right in the centre of town and found a technology museum where you can see the oldest TV sets and play on every ancient computer console thinkable. We walked through countless alleyways and right along the river until our feet had had enough. In the evening we met up with an old friend of Sarah's who lives in Melbourne and is joining us on our drive along The Great Ocean Road later in the week. ...
Our flights left at 12/12.30 so we had to catch the 10.30 airport shuttle from probably our favourite hostel of the trip. We were up and at it at 9am in order to check out at 10am. Today was the first day of the 'diet' - so Scar and I headed off for a cafe before we left for the airport. We found a cafe which served juices and granola with yoghurt and fruits. It wasn't the pancake breakfast I've become accustomed to. The 4 of us checked into Qantas, ...
... park with excellent facilities and provided a good base to visit central Melbourne from. One evening we visited a renovated 1930’s cinema called the Sun Theatre in a neighbouring suburb called Yarraville. The last time we went to the cinema was in September at the famous Raj Mandir Bollywood cinema in Jaipur. The Indian theme continued again as we took our seats for The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. It was ...
Today the 9th is our last day full day in Melbourne before we head to Ayers Rock tomorrow. It is a 3 hour flight and further 1.5 hr time change from here into the centre of Australia and 40C temperatures when we arrive. We have seen a lot of the central part of the city. Impressions are: interesting architecture, a real mixture of old Victorian and new quite bold styles; lots of parks and green space; a city that loves its sports (everything from tennis, ...
... our itinerary for the day to Maria. We decided to have a short walk around town, we walked through Federation square and headed for the Eureka tower, a 297 m high skyscraper with the highest public viewing deck in the Southern Hemisphere. The 360 degree views were stunning, you could see all the attractions in Melbourne. Some of the scenes included loads of sports stadia such as aaim park, Melbourne cricket ground, and Rod Laver Arena, where the Melbourne open takes place. ...