BEST WESTERN Mahoney's Motor Inn
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Peter and I were also able to enjoy The Fischer Exhibition which was its last day showing many wonderful costumes from the 1920's - 1930's period.
Leaving Rippon Lea Estate, Peter and I visit Quat Quatta a gracious Victorian Mansion rich in elegance as it is in history. Built in 1890. These days it functions as a reception centre. Quat Quatta means Camping Ground in Aboriginal.
Our exclusion need here for the day and it was time to head ...
... for the blog and other stuff, iPhone, a Sony ereader, camera with an adaptor to download photos via the iPad. I purchased extra cloud storage so I can downloading store the photos. I've downloaded apps for using trains etc in The Netherlands and the UK. I've finished my glass of wine, and eavesdropping on a young man who is ringing his grandparents (how nice) to tell them he's heading to the Netherlands to do an internship with the UN. Next stop Abu Dhabi, then ...
After going through security (took a little longer as I got stopped for a 'random' explosives test...) we had a salad and a sandwich outside the gate. The terminal was tiny, but we weren't expecting too much as it was only a domestic airport, so no duty free! We got a couple of chocolate bars for the flight and waited to board. The plane was nice and new, with new fittings and TVs, and it felt ...
... from a place of logic.
We went to St Kilda and had dinner at a Korean place with the Melbourne couple we'd met in Bangkok on our 3rd night. The food was surprisingly delicious, even though I remained skeptical about whether my chicken was actually cat. We'd taken the metro there (well it was a train, then a tram, then a walk) and caught the second last one back at 12am. We'd had a fantastic night catching up and were looking forward to seeing them again.
Melbourne is the capital of the Australian region of Victoria. This coastal city is an interesting mix of 19th Century refined gentility and the strikingly modern. With an exciting blend of history and culture you will find that you are never bored in this intriguing city. ...