169 Drummond Street

169 Drummond Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3053, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Carlton area of Melbourne, is near Melbourne Museum, Old Melbourne Gaol, Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens, and City Square.
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Travel Blogs from Melbourne

Acceptance and reality

A travel blog entry by bigisland on Jun 21, 2014

Don't regret going one bit. Do however regret flying Hawaiian Airlines and resent greatly forking about big bucks for first class which was a disgrace to any airline, having to take own food on board and have to keep asking for wheelchair assistance, meet and greet, luggage assistance. Did realise can no longer fly very far at all. Did realise can no longer stay at huge resorts - ...

Melbourne

A travel blog entry by lgodfrey3 on May 19, 2014

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... It's nice to see how the city has helped let people of all ages explore there creative side by having specific areas of street art. We walk through the old china town are pointed out hospital themed bars. I didn't know that the buskers have to audition, although at sight of som I'm not sure some are legal. The city has loads of arcades and block arcade we head along centre way and collins street then onto the oldest arcade. Here tucked away is a cake shop the ...

Day 137: Walking Around Melbourne

A travel blog entry by mfln31 on May 18, 2014

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After breakfast this morning we decided to go on a free walking tour around Melbourne. Our guide was good: a student who was working for tips. He took us and the rest of the group on a two and a half hour tour that included most of Melbourne's sights. I was most interested in the colonial history; the "modern street art" not so much. After the tour we visited the city library and took a look at the ...

Departure Day One and Two - 'Computer Says No'

A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on May 17, 2014

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... with some equally apologetic Virgin Australia staff that I would not face the same trouble the next morning, and hopped on a free shuttle with my suitcase (now missing the new red luggage strap I bought) to the nearby Marriott Airport Hotel to spend a wasted night - sulking at my unfortunate start to my trip.
If you've ever seen the British comedy show 'Come Fly With Me' you'll see why I've called this blog 'Computer Says No' - a classic ...

Melbourne sights....

A travel blog entry by rob-heulwen on Apr 07, 2014

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Well it's the old red bus with a kangaroo on today ( it is after all a hop on /off bus - sorry for that, couldn't resist!) to get a feel for the city. I can't say we were wowed over just from yesterday, but having spent a good day going all round we now get a much better feel for things and you suddenly realise in its own way it is a great city - sprawling, but with a compact city centre. There is a mixture of architecture from the old traditional Victorian to the very ...