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... see what the other ANZ flights are like before any conclusions. Flight to Melbourne on a 777-300 compared to the 777-200 from Vancouver. The 300 style much bigger and newer and would recommend it. Arrived in Melbourne, a city of 4.5 million, at the hotel to 33c temperatures. Total travel time door to door was 36 hours, of which 23.5 was flying time, the rest connection times. We are staying on the banks ...
... Park, which is part of the track for the Australian Grand Prix (a Formula 1 race).
After the tour, the new arrivals checked into their rooms, and Greg, Mom, Dad, and me headed out to run errands. I successfully navigated us back to the “mall,” and, after our errands, we stopped at Café Segvia for a coffee. We ate dinner at Waterfront, a mostly seafood restaurant at Southgate (Dad tried Moreton Bay bugs!), before heading to the Royal Botanical Gardens and ...
So I finally managed to get hold of one of those Go Pro cameras; it is absolutely awesome, a cool bit of kit.
I tested it for the first time this weekend swimming and playing volleyball, safe to say I was heavily laughed at running about with a camera strapped to my head, however when I can hopefully edit the video (depending on my computer) the results will speak for ...
... hip, happening suburb of Melbourne but was also very chilled out and has a beach. We met Hannah by an iconic landmark called Luna park which is a theme park similar to Blackpool Pleasure beach. It is modelled on the park at Coney island in NY. Its doorway is a massive scary clown face and is quite disturbing. We walked along some of the side streets and sat and had a cuppa. Harry was just waking up from his morning nap. We then went down to the beach. Harry ...
... bartender had just won a "Bartender of the Year" award by a Melbourne magazine. He was originally from New Zealand, and lived next to one of the Lord of the Rings filming locations while it was being filmed. Said he would see the actors at the local pub. Kiwis in general seem to have a pretty jaded attitude about LOTR, and defiantly assert that they have never seen any of the movies. With all the CGI, there seems to be a general feeling that the movies distorted their paradise. It ...