BEST WESTERN Melbourne's Princes Park Motor Inn
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As we went to board the flight in Manilla the check in desk asked Wills "Do you have an ETA?" Wills looked perplexed and slightly concerned. I realised he was thinking the airline staff should be more knowledgable regarding the estimated time of arrival for the flight than him. Fortunately I quickly answered before he could and explained we did …
... true, otherwise some else will be enjoying it. It was a great day, with great hoss explaining the wines and the processes, a great meal and superb cheeses with our wine tasting to finish at DeBortoli. Stephen was a excellent guide and knows a lot about wines. He was very patient with us all. It was an excellent Autumn day to go wine tasting. Some rain, some sun, stunning views and some autumn ...
... us here! Next we walked along the more upmarket South Bank, the strip along the south of Melbourne river full of bars and expensive restaurants, to Federation Square. There was an African style bongo band playing here and we sat and listened, as well as taking part in the bongo playing ourselves! Federation Square was at the heart of the city centre so from here we spent the day exploring the city streets, visiting the famous street art ...
... and a filter coffee. They were all very nice, but by the time B got to the filter, she'd had enough coffee for the morning! G's coffee was excellent too so we were both happy, until we got our meals which were really disappointing. G's scrambled eggs tasted funny, and B's avocado was actually an avo, fetta and chilli mix, with the chilli ruining the meal for her (it was a pity they didn't say that the avo had chilli with it, it would probably have been a nice meal ...
... including one who
didn’t mind having his photo taken J.
Arrived at our hotel the Fish Creek Motel, which, exceeded expectations; a
great retro hotel.
Up and out early to head back to
the ‘prom’ we took a detour to Sandy Beach. Another beautiful place, drove onto
the beach and walked around part of the bay with only a couple of other people
on the beach. Then back to Melbourne with a short stop at the Bakery Café in