The Sebel Melbourne Flinders Lane Apartments
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Room service
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... to us! We enjoyed some very nice (if expensive) food and with its Asian influence upon the menu it was very fitting to celebrate our anniversary. By the time that we'd finished up here the queue was way out the door and down the street so we did get an indication of how it could be. The Regent wasn't far and we had time to get a drink before taking our seats in the circle. Leaving buying the tickets until the last minute was beneficial for us as the expensive seats which had not ...
Heated debating was happening last night as we packed the car trying to squeeze stuff in every available spot. Phew all eventually fit. Jay's alarm went off at a very unreasonable hour of 2.45am he got up promptly & turned it off letting us have another 30min in bed. Dressed & ready found the foxwing ropes I remembered in the middle of the night from the shed, packed the fishing rod in the car & we were off. ...
The alarm is set for 4.00am, so naturally I wake at 3.30am. Three and a half hours of sleep does not a night make.
But it does ensure I am packed, fully dressed with half a face of makeup and ready for our pickup at 4.30pm.
Changi Airport is quite an empty place at 5.15am despite it's 24/7 operation and the city's reputation for busyness. Only a handful of shops ...
Today stated with an hours walk around Melbourne. It's quite fresh in the morning but once you get moving its quite comfortable. I covered quite a lot of ground and it's quite interesting being in the city as people are heading to work and observing the start of the day. We headed to Laurent Boulangerie for breakfast, Amy had a ham, cheese and tomato croissant and I had a quiche Lorraine. Both were very yummy. We also had a bowl of coffee for ...
Ross took us for a drive around the Albert Park motor racing street circuit - great to see it in the context of its surrounding neighbourhood. Normally a peaceful park with trees, a lake, and public facilities.
Then through the seaside suburb of St Kilda, many art deco buildings. Also the port area where the Oosterdam was berthed, dwarfing the Tasmanian ferry.
Ross dropped us off near the Eureka Tower, and we took the very fast lift to the 88th ...