RACV City Club
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... Sculpture in the Children's garden.
After our stroll through the garden's Peter and I visited the Shrine of Remembrance, was built as a memorial to the men and women of Victoria who served in World War I and is now a memorial to all Australians who have served in war. It is one of the largest War Memorials in Australia.
The foundation stone was laid on 11 November 1927, and the ...
... terminal was eerily quiet. It seemed almost like our flight was the only one departing that afternoon. Thankfully this meant that everything was moving quite quickly, so we weren't about to complain. G was able to walk straight through security while B had to have a full body scan, standing inside a cylindrical machine with legs apart and hands in the air.
Customs was, surprisingly, quicker still. There was hardly a line so within 5 minutes we were through with two hours ...
... With shoes and hangers hanging from our bags, washing shoved on the outside where your sleeping bag is supposed to go and bags of food to be carried we were sorted. It was a bit surreal to see the room empty once again but exciting for what would be next as well. Either side of packing we watched endless episodes of The Wire, our new TV fad which has a big reputation to live up to! Monday to Thursday we worked as normal with the exception of Friday being slightly ...
... we pleased, it was just like being in bad girls haha! From the jail we walked to the Eureka Skydeck, an observation deck at the top of Melbourne's tallest building. The views were amazing, you could see so far out! We got a ticket that meant we could go back again when it was dark so that we could get photos of both which was good :) After the skydeck we walked to chinatown in the city centre and got a cheap lunch then found a ...
... cafe and grabbed Colm a salami sandwich whilst I hit up a sausage roll. We felt the cold breeze of Melbourne and it was only around 17 degrees. We have definitely acclimatise from Asia. We decided to wait in the lounge area until we could check in, unindoubtably falling asleep on the sofas. There were two other people doing the exact same thing as us. One of the staff took pity on us and we managed to check in around 10.30. Thank you to the kind guy. We decided to take a ...
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