Seasons Botanic Gardens
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... Smartgate. At the hotel in no time, Sophie had checked us in and was in the room when we arrived as she is staying with us. The room is decorated in restful shades, reasonably large with a good bathroom - rain shower and full-sized bath. Accommodates all four of us quite comfortably. Had a late snack in the Little Collins Kitchen before hitting the ...
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... choose and explore the city further on your own. Melbourne is a lovely city of broad boulevards, green parks, and Victorian architecture whose growth in the late 19th century was fueled by a gold rush. Public trams running on rails criss-cross the city, as distinctive a symbol of Melbourne as cable cars are of San Francisco. If you do decide to ride the trams, please remember to use caution when getting on and off the ...
... vest tops lol..we went for a sculpture art walk in the during the afternoon down the coast and went to see teddys lookout..this was a viewing platform..you saw the ocean and entire town..it was really nice. We then attempted to see Erskine waterfalls but it was super foggy..I mean I was getting scared that we'd hit a kangaroo because we couldn't see anything.. and it kept getting worse and worse..so due to the weather we soon went back to the hotel..ended up going in the pool ...
... you once could walk across) which had a funny story. In 1999 or something it had collapsed while a couple was walking across it- well they were unharmed but stuck on this newly formed island. Helicopters and tv crews flew to pick them up but they were camera shy- turns out they were cheating on their spouses and on a date Therefore did not want to be seen on tv! All these rock formations seem very dangerous. It's inevitable that they will all eventually collapse yet they build so ...