BEST WESTERN PLUS The Tudor-Box Hill
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... he gave me a look and showed me the hand and turned his back with a look of disgust.....I was taken aback...he walked a few feet turned around....and I dunno....it just struck me as being very douche baggy...so I gave him a peice of me mind. I felt better....I will give to a down and outer no problem but frig....what kinda thing is this. If you don' smoke they can dis you. The guy left still copping some attitude but I felt better at no point did I ...
... do some shopping, return to an empty apartment (yes!) and dive at the doors, flinging them wide to air out all the musty, old humidity. Looking up from my zealous scrubbing, I notice that Christopher has gone. Gone gone. Not perched on top of the wall or in his usual patch of mud, just vanished. Not under the cars, in the trees, up the road, near the station, ******* nowhere!!!
"Oh hello, aren't you fluffy. Who do you belong to..." Salvation.
Left to our own devices for the day time so we decided to take the free circular tram (all trams in the central area are free) to give us a general look at the city and then decide a plan of action. In the end we selected to visit Fitzroy Park and see Captain Cook's Cottage.
There are many parks in Melbourne all very well looked after and in the conservatory they had the most magnificent display of begonias in a vast array of ...
... as we had booked to see the penguins coming in that evening to Philip Island. We started the road trip by heading onto the Melbourne Grand Prix track, which they had already started setting up for. From there we headed down to the stunning Mornington Peninsula to visit some wineries. We headed to Red Hill Estate and T'Gallant, which were beautiful romantic wineries. As I was driving there was a lot of spitting out of wine, scandalous!!!!! From there we headed up ...
... soda's, later with most of our nightly budget blown, we decided to have a traditional Lebanese feast in a rockin' little restaurant called Teta Mona. A delicious dish of wild rice, spicy chicken and almonds was followed by hearty meatballs in a Middle Eastern inspired sauce...it was the bomb - I can say that right ;)
Johnny took us back to the airport to fly to Sydney a ...