BEST WESTERN Fawkner Airport Motor Inn
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... actually - honey mustard chicken, creamy mashed sweet potato and broccoli. A bread roll, cheese and crackers and delicious death by chocolate ice cream. It is amazing how often they feed you on board - peanuts, muffins, juice every hour ish.fiirst stopover in Brunei turned out to be not what we had expected. This Airport was hot (30° outside and probably as hot inside), there is nothing to look at, toilets were yuck, and overall not the best place to spend ...
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... flight, against the wind, compared with 4 hours in the opposite direction. But all safely returned now, and already been back to work today for Witches of Eastwick rehearsal. For the record, I managed to swim twice most days, we enjoyed some wonderful meals, met many new dishes, savoured fabulous seafood, with the mahi-mahi being a favourite, and coped with Resort life and the feeling of living in a theme park. We nearly managed to ...
... for the game - good seats too, right in the centre. The less said about the game the better - Port lost, again!! That's two interstate trips to watch them, and two losses! Best I stay home in future. I quite liked Etihad Stadium. Pity I couldn't say the same about the Richmond supporters sitting in front of us! I had even picked out the seats we were moving to at quarter time - luckily they disappeared instead. One quarter was more ...
... locker rooms and the cricket club members area. The club members have a lot of very nice things, but she said it was a bit expensive to be a part of the club and there is a wait list to be a member. It also takes about 20 years, which is a really long time. We then went downstairs and it was the museum of sports. It was cool to see the history of the stadium the different areas of history it has including cricket, World War II and Olympic history. We then spent a while ...