Seasons Heritage Melbourne
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very nice hotel- quite, a bit out of the city center but the tram is nearby. comfortable rooms, has self service laundry.
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Today I booked Jetstar one way flight to Denpasar Indonesia departing Jan 18 2015. Cost $95.50, bargain.
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... my wallet and to look and try on everything it would have taken me years so I just took a picture ;D ) Where was I ....China town right ;) we made our way to the Yarra river walked across the Princess bridge. There were also love locks dangling from it and I wrote something on the bridge (see photo). In the far distance we saw dark clouds and with it rain coming so we made our way across the next bridge and back to the tram station (we didn't find the one we were looking for but we ...
... And then the following day we went to Phillip Island to do several things but mostly, LOOK AT PENGUINS.
We had a free morning and a trip to the National Sports Museum and Melbourne Cricket Ground. (Same building if you'd believe it.)
And then we took a 10 hour bus ride to Canberra the day after that (which also means yesterday)
and today we dealt with Canberra. And I'll explain later what 'dealt' with means.
The Queen Victoria Market was a giant ...
We now have arrived at my other cousins home Bruna and her husband Nino. The last visit was when Bruna came to Canada 17 years ago. Again updated and exchanged family news and changes over a lovely lunch Bruna had made.
Today was the start of a few days of rain!!! Melbourne and area had been experiencing a severe drought, so this was a welcoming rain for the residents of the area. It made sight seeing slightly constricting but ...
... Unfortunately we couldn't get into any but as luck would have it we noticed on a board that players were currently on the practice courts and one of them was Andy Murray. So we raced over and saw a large crowd on the balcony taking pictures. We tried to nestle in but it was no use, so we moved to the left to wait. But there we saw that Murray was on the court directly before us, we could see him no problem at all. It was Nadal on the neighbouring court that had attracted ...