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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... one thing I wanted to do in Australia was see a cricket match, preferably at the MCG; as it turns out I may be doing both separately.
Walked back through the Botanical Garden to the Chelsea Hotel, as I have christened the Albany. It has black and white pictures of rock stars as 'wallpaper’, and we have identified someone – probably George Harrison – who looks at first sight like Man’s Micky Jones. Don’t know if the photo will come out. On a ...
... got my stuff together for M&H's. We dropped off A&A's caravan and headed off to M&H's. I forgot to tell you dear reader, some where between Aix-En-Provence and Bunde, my yahoo mail account "went to God" A&A tried every thing to recover it but it was going around in circles, the recovery process kept telling them that recovery details have been sent to my alternate recovery email address. This address was Irene's and of course this no longer exits! At M&H's ...
Hello everyone. April 10th.Our drive down from Bendigo was straight forward however it was clear that the country badly needs rain. It's about a 2 hour drive to Melbourne passing the Tullamarine airport then into the freeway system into the city. We decided to jump of the freeway and divert into North Melbourne where I spend my early years up to about 5 years of age. While our dad served in the Army in Darwin we lived with ...
... jealous when I told him we were going to see it and by sure he was more jealous after realising we did a tour. Pictures were of course taken of the grounds, me being the coach and rubbing off our game plan from the whiteboard and then giving a press statement. It was a fun tour which we weren't ready to finish, so headed down to the Sports museum which was interesting and different that what we expected. We explored the fact and figures, seeing where all of the Olympics have ...
... the food was lush! went for a stroll along the harbour/pier and then had a TimTam Cheesecake in a cafe, needles to say it was horrible ;) We chilled in the evening watching the tennis - the Aussies in the house were happy that Kyrios went through and we were happy as Murray won. Today was Australia Day and we spent it with Carol, Lisa and some of their friends at the Australia Day parade and Party in the Park in Mornington. It was a ...