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Our first day, we just walked around the city exploring. It seemed like every alley had a new surprise; shops, restaurants, bars and beautiful street art. In between these magical alleys were gorgeous arcades with high ceilings, stained glass and intricate cast-iron detailing. The public transportation is great in Melbourne: trams, busses, trains, horse and carriages. While we were staying out of the "city," we were a block from a tram stop that took ...
... Tony never heard me but thankfully the neighbour did. She went round to the front door and let me in and we had a good laugh. Ann and Ian were out to a family gathering for Ian's side and so Tony and I went to McDonalds for supper and got onto the wifi to update the travel blog and Facebook. We also had a chance to FaceTime with Dana. We came back and chatted until after ...
... awesome to bang out almost all of Australia's cool animals in 24 hrs, but whoa, it was SO hot! After returning the rental car, we walked for what seemed like miles to find a good spot for a late lunch, and ended up at a Nando's again, which hit the spot. One thing about Melbourne is that it's the wifi desert. It's virtually impossible to find good wifi, and the hotel's wifi service was horrendous. So, we went to the public library to use their internet, and ...
... 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 ...
... old volunteer, Wally, who told us all about his travels of Australia, and there was an interactive section where I thrashed Alastair in Netball (35-19). St Kilda was another guide book recommendation so we headed there afterwards. Although the views were lovely, the food prices were not and so we ended up at nandos (again uncertain as to what we seemed to have missed with regards to St Kilda). Yesterday we slept in. It was incredible as we were ...