Somerset Gordon Heights Melbourne
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... milkshake, Tom had pistachio and Hannah and Harry shared a salted caramel one. We stood on a pretty exposed area of the riverbank to eat them and ended up catching the sun. Tom on his arms and the bridge of his nose and my just on the back off my neckline where my dress must have rubbed off the suncream.
Then it was off to the Sealife centre. It took us a good couple of hours to go round and was on many different levels. There was a massive variety of ...
... prices. We ate, drank and played cards (burger/chips and gnocchi bolognaise for £3 each).
Next we explored the city centre. We did our best to scratch the surface given the one night we had. We both took an instant liking to the city. It had a certain je ne sais quoi. I really liked the laneways/narrow streets with small cafes, bars and often large murals. I have read that Melbourne is often voted the world's most liveable city and it is clear to see why. We had our last drink ...
Where has the time gone? Yes, we lost an hour last night as we commenced daylight saving, but where has the last 10 weeks gone? We decided to keep our last day nice and simple ready for the big week ahead.
Sister Rachel, hubby Mike and their lovely little James came for lunch and the afternoon which was absolutely lovely. Sarah and Emma spent most of the day in the pool and the adults spent most of the day chatting, eating and ...
... guards patrol the street 24/7 to prevent scallywags getting up to any shena****ns, for example one chap apparently climbed onto the roof of what is now Brennan's house but at the time the saintly Harold Bishop was resident and did a moony. The real residents weren't impressed, and I am pretty sure Harold wouldn't have been either.
After a good 20 minutes we got back on the bus for the 5 minute drive to the studios. They ...
5 September We're now looking towards home. The wind is in our sails. Sue and Peter have a long trip ahead, as they will be heading to Queensland for van repairs.
Ceduna to Port Augusta for a couple of nights - last shopping and washing day. Sue and Peter call it the 'make and mend ‘ days. The landscape changed to wheat fields that stretched forever- and the vivid yellow canola fields the whole way home were absolutely ...