The Sebel Melbourne Flinders Lane Apartments
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- Microwave in room
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... Football in the ball shape, although a footy ball is bigger with more rounded edges. The players here can bounce, toss and kick the ball to each other. While they are running they must bounce the ball every so often while running, similar to basketball and then can underhand hit the ball to another player like in volleyball. The goal posts at either end of the stadium are also similar to America football. A player must toss, kick or run the ball between the posts. If they ...
... were totally their favorite audience members. After the show, we were walking out of the building when we ran in to Wyatt and chatted for a bit. We were totally cool... on the outside, but inside we were totally freaking out! He was such a chill and cool guy. What a fun night.
For our last day in Australia, Josh booked us on a wine tour of the Yarra Valley. We stopped at two sparkling wineries and the oldest winery in Victoria (the Australian version of a ...
We purchased some last minute tickets for the Melbourne Grand Prix around Albert Park. It's a beautiful setting around the lake, which is usually my drive to work so it was strange to see all of the roads transformed into a racing track. We managed to get into ...
We woke up just in time for breakfast today. Paul wasn't feeling great so he had a nap before we headed out. I got a call from a recruitment agency asking me to come in for an appointment on Wednesday. We went into Target which is a slightly more expensive version of primark. Paul needed some shoes for the kitchen and I needed smart clothes. We had a $10 off voucher when you spend $60. That wasn't ...
... cliffs, in this particular area, are composed of softer sandstone. We first were able to view the first two apostles ( names not supplied) from a large sandy beach that had a cliff face staircase of 95 steps down and perhaps more importantly 95 bloody steps up. We then went on to the next bay to the viewing area proper. The twelve Apostles are spectacular but try as I might, I could not make it up to twelve. Craggy Glen said the coastline is ...