BEST WESTERN Fawkner Airport Motor Inn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... Mrs Jones fought a long-running legal action against it. She eventually settled with the government, agreeing that, on her death the house and the land still in her possession would be bequeathed to the National Trust. With Mrs Jones death on July 27, 1972, the house and gardens were reunited with the disputed acquisition, saving the estate from the threat of sale and subdivision and allowing the public to enjoy the estate in perpetuity. Of particular note in the ...
... departure gates are, and seems incredulous that we must walk through this precinct first. I have to admit it makes sense to me, well marketing, business sense. We are a captive audience. I have only one purchase in mind. My favourite perfume. Armed with the larger bottle of Issey Miyake, Eu de Parfum I head to Gate 10. The first time I have travelled this far on my own. Will be interesting to see how I go. Getting ready and packed is an adventure in itself, have I ...
... for a beer for Mike and a cup of tea and more cake for me. (caramel macadamia cheese cake, say no more) Enjoyed just sitting there and watching the interesting people go by. Back on foot to explore more of St Kilda and found ourselves in another pub for a cider and listening to a young, singing and guitar playing, duo. Headed back into the city for a browse and then back on the bus to our base camp.
Well it's Monday 30th March but it could be any day as there is no indication as to what day it is on board out in the ocean somewhere except for the date on your daily newsletter you get in your cabin each night. No internet, no TV, no papers seems a bit surreal at the moment. At 6.30am there was a service on board for those lost on the HMAS Sydney and the ship blasted its horn three times at the exact time we past over ...
... went to see what Melbourne had to offer in the botanical garden, and among marrying couples and family pick-nicks we saw some nice trees and flowers. After the botanical garden we went to the national gallery to see what kind of art they have there. Unfortunately we missed the Australian section and had to settle with only European and Asian art, which we have seen most of before.
Tomorrow we are back on the road again!