BEST WESTERN Melbourne's Princes Park Motor Inn
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Thursday Jan 23rd
Last day in Melbourne, this morning we went to Victoria Market. OMG it was huge, you name it, you could of found it there. There were meat and seafood stalls that were inside, plus bakeries and little cafes, and fruit and vegetable stalls outside. You had to check around for the best price, but there were ROWS AND ROWS AND …
... Saturday past it was the AFL Grand Final. The what I hear you ask. The AFL Grand Final, when the whole of Melbourne stops to watch men with short shorts and wife beaters, run around a circular park, kicking and punting an odd shaped ball! Actually, that is unfair, I have grown to really enjoy Aussie rules football and even support Geelong Cats (I have a beanie to prove it), but unfortunately they got eliminated in the preliminary rounds. The final was Hawthorn Hawks (from Tasmania) ...
... It was creepy but really fun at the same time. The drinks where with the syringe instead of a straw .
After I went to a club called "Revolver". It is a club open 24/24 during the weekend. The music was amazing and my French friends didn't want to go home, I think I found my party buddies :)!
So it was 9am when we returned home and in the hostel we laughed nonstop. I think the fact that French people are ...
... gate in the furthest wing of the terminal - as if the kids hadn't done enough walking.. at least the travelators helped.
The flight home was - for me at least - a lot better than the one out. Leaving at 1pm meant that we just had to kill 10 hours, rather than spend 10 hours trying unsuccessfully to get comfortable and sleep. The kids had the iPad, I had the laptop (for a ...
- On Thursday Ziggy hired a car for the day and I went along with him and Hafiza to Healesville, where we got lost in a maze and to Dandenong Ranges. Both were surrounded by stunning scenery and the weather was warm and sunny all day. On the way back we stopped at Emerald Lake (I think that's what it was ...