Somerset Gordon Heights Melbourne
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... renowned botanic gardens house many interesting plants and a wide and wide range of trees from around the world. Close to the town centre, this is a pleasant place to escape the bustle of the city streets.
Queen Victoria Market
This is the largest open air market in the southern hemisphere and has been described as the heart and soul of the city. It ...
... so the taxi dropped us off a long way from the entrance ... A funny thing happened on the way to the Forum!! It doesn't actually matter because you wander past ancient ruins and digs anywhere in Rome but we got there and enjoyed our last picnic lunch and thermos coffee perched on a very old piece of rock in a bit of shade, watching thousands of other people stream past. The Forum is awesome, even without a detailed tour. We weren't in the mood for ...
... I need to put this live chicken in my checked bag or carry on. Anybody had this problem before?!? I’m afraid I may have to ring its neck to keep it quiet going through security, and I’ll be honest I was looking forward to some fresh eggs on that 17 hour plane ride home. This was the place for souvenirs though. There were a couple hundred dealers to choose from, and they would cut prices if you just looked ...
... bread which was just what we felt like. Three large bursts of the horn at 9.30 and we were moving......yippee we are on our way after so long in the planning. The ship had to turn around before heading out and I reckon it only had inches to spare in the manoeuvre but did it and we are on our way. We then did a bit of a tour of part of the ship so we knew where to go in the morning then after such a big day headed to bed. Night night all ...
... a couple of drinks and a cool walk around town. Apart from me nearly getting thrown out for having no ID (apparently the grubby traveller look makes you 17 in a posh theatre bar) we were back in the real world, and having a great time.
The next day we set out to explore their local neighbourhood. We had a fabulous brunch (brunch!! like normal people!) and fell big time for their local town Fitzroy and all its quirkiness. Beautiful ...