Park Squire Motor Inn & Serviced Apartments
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And finally a few relaxing days in Melbourne. Some of the highlights included:
- Pho at our favourite 'cheap and cheerful' Vietnamese in Swanston street at the Mekong Vietnamese
- Some shopping! Can't come to the big smoke without that!
- A return visit at our current favourite restaurant Chin Chin; ...
... River before we left. Great scenery, although doing 360 degree turns at high speed through very narrow canyons doesn't really lend itself to admiring the scenery. My mouth was open and eyes shut a good bit of the time!
Loved it though and ticked off another 'must do' in Queenstown.
It really is a beautiful town and a great place for a ...
... the driver and me and Emma were the tourists. We spent the day driving along the coast, stopping off for photos and making little stops for food and supplies for the night. Driving to the camp site was fun...it was in the middle of the bush! The track took us deeper and deeper into the forest and there was no-one around for ages. We joked how it was like the horror film 'Wolf creek'! We drove past some creepy looking outhouses and over a rickety bridge...it ...
... script. (I was surprised that I was later able to blow it up with my iPhone’s magnifier/camera and actually read it!) On the way back to the hotel I got caught in a serious cloudburst (the edge of Cyclone Marcia?) so I hid in a restaurant and had some lunch until it passed. As a Californian, I can’t get used to the combination of rain and warm weather. I really need to get a little folding umbrella because ...
... I chose the shortest called "Walk in the Park".
There were a few interesting information on my walk around the Western part of Melbourne CBD.
I walked through the Treasury and Fitzroy Gardens and past a botanic garden with nice flowers and also James Cook's Parents house, which was shipped over here from England.
It was a hard walk with the heavy backpack and I had to rest a couple of times before I got back to the trainstation ...