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TripAdvisor Reviews Sandown Regency Melbourne
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... of food and stored it in the communal kitchens fridge. Feet and hips sore from all the walking so took a nap. Laundry and a cuppa!
Jog along the beach! Everyone is so active and fit, even in the backpacker hostel.... Sort of put me to shame! Went to Cheap AZ travel, really friendly people who gave me a half price coach with Firefly to Sydney, and a free pizza. Was one dollar short and the ...
... venue. This was a RETRO one! Images of
afros, garlic chains, rollerskates, bell-bottoms, and fangs danced in
my mind. I laughed out loud.
Continuing on my way, I walked up
Elizabeth and then cut through the Carlton Gardens by the Exhibition
Centre and Melbourne Museum. The morning sun made the mist from the
epic fountain shimmer and create a glowing cloud. I saw a woman
walking a little shaggy brown bear of a dog. HE repeatedly stopped
and peed, so I made ...
... about with around the house - potentially vital in our hunt for employment! Happy with our "work" for the day and the new gaff we resided to our new bed in the hope our handy-work would make it through the night!
Having booked on to the RSA Course the day before, we actually had plans for Friday morning which saw us up and out to be in the city for 9am. The train to the city is anywhere between 15 and 25 minutes depending on where you want to get off on the city loop so ...
... were free to go in and you could taste as many of their wines as you wanted and then obviously they were all available to buy in bottles. The second place we went to also made lots of their own smoked food products, like cheese, olives, nuts etc so we could taste those aswell which were lovely. The third place we went was owned by a funny old couple, he was coming out from the back telling everyone that all bottles were discounted and his wife kept shouting at him, sending him ...
... t lose anything. No amount of discussion about some of the long journeys ahead could change my mind. Even on the bus en route to the airport, I again reminded Mum that I didn't want any toys and I assured her I would not ask for anything. This declaration lasted until we stopped moving and we reached our departure gate where I exclaimed: "I want something to play with!" I sure was happy that Mum had ignored my requests not to bring any toys!