Seasons Botanic Gardens
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... transferred to the airport at 19:00. The only good thing about our experience. Whilst checking in our luggage, Pat gave out a cry, made the receptionist jump, Maria had arrived. It was great to see her. After completing the check in of our luggage we left the hotel and headed just up the street where we turned down a side road full of coffee shops. Tables and chairs covered the road, and shops adorned either side. We had a coffee and spent a lot of time chatting and catching up. ...
and around and along the river until we eventually got back to Alexandra
Gardens and Federation Square. On the gently flowing and glinting Yarra River shadowed
by green arching trees there were loads of school groups practising and
learning to row, their trainers riding bicycles alongside on the river bank,
megaphones at hand to give instructions for the cox to avoid the next impending
collision of sculls! We must have passed at least 10 ...
... clock was ticking and we had to sprint to a bike station to avoid additional charges. It was nice to be back on the bikes exploring the area and we particularly enjoyed the fetching blue helmets.
Due to only getting one hour sleep at the airport we were grateful for an hours kip in the sun on the seafront.
Time to check in to the hostel as it was now 5pm. We were staying at Pint on Punt hostel, St Kilda. Pretty standard hostel. Quick change then down into the bar ...
... We're both hanging out for Thursday night, when our weekend officially starts. We're heading to Daylesford Friday morning and coming home Sunday evening. For those who don't yet know, the weekend after we are back in Adelaide for Adrian's birthday (and to see our families, of course). If you've been forgotten in our preparations for coming back home, please let us know. As you can tell we have been busy so it is hard to remember everything! G arrives early ...
... half of our day tour. This bus would be taking us down to Phillip Island.Our first stop on Phillip Island was Churchill Island (which isn't really it's ...