BEST WESTERN Melbourne's Princes Park Motor Inn
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- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... biscuits! On Sunday we went to our first AFL game (Australian Football League). We went to see it at Melbourne Cricket Ground which holds 90,000 people and on this occasion the attendance was 60,000 so not too bad at all. AFL is a strange game played with a rugby ball where you can kick it or hit it to your team mate with the aim of getting it between 4 poles at the opposite end of a circular ...
... of Melbourne and its continual competition with Sydney. Caleb was the life of the tour, asking questions, making jokes and making people smile. Christine thought that Melbourne was just a completely modern city but found that there are some very interesting spaces and places with some good history to them. Our second two weeks will be right next door to the CBD so we expect to explore more ...
... and I've managed to land a job almost immediately and as it's been pointed out - I should be having the time of my life. Well, life doesn't always work that way. I don't think I really care for Melbourne much. As much as I was ready to leave Asia, Melbourne is not what my "soul" required. It sort of masquerades as this artsy city, but really it's a corporate place where wannabe (and some astonishingly talented) artists take to ...
... which she was less than impressed with. B ordered a bircher bowl which was super impressed with. It had all sorts of goodies mixed through and on top - an amazing way to start the day!
After breakfast we drove to Broadmeadows and checked our mail, before driving on to Craigieburn, which is where G spends a lot of time for work. B was interested to see where G works, as well as seeing what the real suburbs of Melbourne are like (the area we're in is ...
... at tennis. Was amazing felt like we were at an outside cinema! Was so.chilled and everyone just came and sat on the floor or laid chatting and.watching and cheering the tennis! A guy was even running through the crowds with his flag and we were all cheering was brilliant!!
We went back "home" had a quick game.of killer pool.and called it a night. Fell asleep to the sound of the outside trams/door slams/ yelling and hairdryers! Hello hostel ...