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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Glen Waverley
... then went down to the Aurora Theatre in readiness for the Captain's Corner. Mum bought 4 photos for $99.80 and damn near had a fit, but she got them anyway. Then we sat and waited for the Captain. It was very entertaining, he really is a character. He's been the captain on Radiance since 2006. We went had afternoon tea and went back to rooms and then met again for tea. Went and checked out the shops, then went to Aurora Theatre to see Paul McMahon from Nannup in WA. He was so ...
... hung around at Fed Square to use the free WiFi before making my way over to the Eureka Tower where I had a ticket to visit the Skydeck - the southern hemisphere's highest viewing platform. The Eureka Tower is 300 metres in height and the top can flex up to 600mm in high winds - two 300,000 litre water tanks on levels 90 and 91 prevent any excess swaying. Thankfully it wasn't too windy when I visited so after a super fast ride in the lift - the fastest in the ...
... Ladies exhibit. We found a little all you can eat for $6.50 curry place for lunch which was delicious and had some Krispy Kreme doughnuts. We went to the local Cricketer's Arms for dinner and drinks with friends. It was lovely to catch up. It was a great little pub, a mixed local crowd with great food.
We started Saturday ...
... in the night with a lot of people, but I made them go home early because I was tired! I have the worst jetlag... Went to bed at 1am and woke up at 5am... And just could not sleep.. It's killing me But when I woke up it was really hot and after talking to my mum and dad that as always give me smart advices I went for a run along the beach. I had forgot how amazing it is to run along the beach here. It's such a warm wind and heaps of people running along the beach, cycling on ...
... abated and temperatures were rising, any altitude was worth the drive. We had lunch in Belgrave in time for Pete to run down to the station and see a train pass through on the Puffing Billy heritage steam line. He insisted on staying for the return service and begged for a ride. Nasty Mum and Dad said no, as he has ridden
it before. Partly to mollify him but mainly because it’s a pleasant drive, we drove along the line to Belgrave.