Seasons Botanic Gardens
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... its way from behind the clouds the rooftop was very very busy! Rather than wait for a seat (as a cruise ship was docked in the harbour so we had a limited view) we took a stroll to the opposite side of Circular Quay and had a drink at The Opera Bar in the sunshine. It was nice to spend a couple of moments just watching the world go by The Harbour Bridge & The Opera House in view. From here it was over to Becky & Dan's for our Sunday evening ...
... back to Victoria. I walked up Brunswick
and looked at the crazy unique chops and cafés. Melbourne has so.
Many. Cafés. So many. You get that crazy artistic vibe from all of
Fitzroy, from the giant baby doll nailed to a building wall to the
lumpy tile benches on several street corners.I burned time on my computer uploading
photos and writing a bit. I have a few days of concerted work for my
journals. I really just want to get Singapore finished. The days
... evening - potentially a common theme at the moment until we manage to get employment!
Saturday morning saw us do very little once again, lazing around the house before going our separate ways. Vicky opted to go for a run and indulge in some personal pampering for the day, having a bath and the like whilst Coxy & I went out for the afternoon. We took Kaiser down to Williamstown which is south of Seddon on the coast at the end of the Yarra River. To get there it was a ...
Well, we've finally arrived in Melbourne at the start of our long anticipated overseas trip. Very excited (even Terry). Uneventful flight from Canberra this morning - no fog to hold us up thank goodness.
We're booked into the Parkroyal hotel tonight at the airport ...
... a pizza on the way home then watched some TV and we were all in bed by 9.30! Adam and I had the day in today, we've done some research on the East Coast and packed our cases ready for our flight, cooked and washed up. We made stirfry for everyone for tea and we all watched a film together. Our flight to Cairns is at 1.20am tonight and takes about 3 hours so we've booked a hostel for 3 nights while we decide whether to bus it or camper van it down the East Coast to Sydney over the next few ...