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... and restaurants and street-entertainers.
The Southbank was one of our favourite spots to relax in the sunshine and we became attached to a tapas restaurant that served up the most delicious and authentic tasting dishes which we happily washed down with Australian Pinot Grigio and Sangria – olé! Melbourne is famous for its international cuisine and we took advantage by seeking out an amazing ...
... fallen asleep. He did good staying to the left and making these wild right hand turns. I had read to him about them but I couldn't visualize how you accomplished them...but he had them figured out. Can't think his flying experience would have been that helpful. but you never know.
We have 2 full days in Melbourne...not enough. I have Juanita and Jim's maps with me so when I can read Juanita's hand writing I can ...
... despite having severe asthma. Many of Clara and Christopher’s 12 children are still living: on my last visit, I had lunch with Lorna Doyle Crough, who is now 98. This time, I spent a wonderful evening with two of her daughters, Fran McMahon and Geraldine Gandolfo, and their husbands. Another of their sons, Kevin, had four children before dying at only 38 of injuries received during WW2, leaving a wife and four young children. ...
... and the major conflicts such as WWI, Korean War, and a few that I did not recognize. Inside, there is a fairly open room, and in the levels below historical statures of different uniforms, pieces of war equipment, informative signs. After spending an hour there, it was off to Melbourne Park.
Melbourne Park is where the Australian Open was held just a few week's before. There was some fancy event going on, and I felt horribly underdressed ...
... it was great to celebrate New Year's Eve in summer with warm and nice weather! Thursday was by far the best day in Melbourne. Giacomo and I rented a car, and together with Chetna and her family, we went to a zoo called Healesville Sanctuary, which only has native Australian animals. We saw kangaroos, wallabies, dingos, koala bears, wombats and lots of other cute animals, and drove past beautiful landscapes and vineyards on our way there. ...