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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The day ended with a BBQ in the garden, with our housemates friends. It was freezing cold and we battled to sit close enough to the fire to stay warm, but at the same time, far away enough to not catch a light. It was a difficult tango, one that was given up on by all parties when food was ready and the football on. Edd and I went to bed early, he had another IELTS test early the next morning and wanted to get a good night sleep in preparation for ...
... fare: Meat pies. Very good.
Then down the hill and back to Hill’s home in Box Hill.
At 4 pm the pastor Stephen Clark came by and we talked about the upcoming weekend…the various events and organization.
Then Cathy came home from and we went to dinner in downtown Melbourne on the Yarra River to a Tasmanian restaurant called up Pure South. The waiters were French. The food was very good. Present were our hosts ...
... in Southern Melbourne, seeing the Queen Victoria Gardens, Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne Park, and then back to the MCG.
The Queen Victoria Gardens is an open park with different monuments and little statues everywhere. The Shrine of Remembrance is a large war memorial for all the conflicts and peacekeeping efforts of Australia. Fascinated by war history, I couldn't pass up this opportunity. Out front, there is an eternal flame burning ...
... I decided to work around it. I had passion fruit tart. FRUIT. I also hear there is a potato in every beer. You’re welcome. Melbourne really has the whole organisation thing down, while in England public transit to me is an overwhelming scent of urine or a guy having a heated argument with himself, there it was...delightful. I met up with Paul and Rachel one last time and we explored the city where Hosier lane was an absolute highlight! ...
... held here about two weeks ago. The purse was $6,000,000 and horses were flown in from all over the world to compete. I do not know which horse came in first because the ladies' hats are more important. There are at least 60% Aussies on this ship and there was a hat contest that displayed unparalleled ingenuity in concocting a hat from whatever they had on board. The hats make as much news as the horses... Our next stop is Burnie, ...