Carlisle Bed & Breakfast

Address: 400 Glenferrie Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, 3144, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 400 Glenferrie Rd., Melbourne, is near Como Historic House and Garden, The Jam Factory, Church of St. Francis, and R.M. Williams.
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And we're off!

A travel blog entry by joemurphy on Mar 31, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

Another adventure begins. First up, a very long flight. MEL to LAX, then LAX to JFK. The total travel time will be over 21 hours. We both woke early, of course. Donna at 5:15am and myself and 4:30am. Ken and Suzanne picked us up and took us to the ...

The Dubai to Melbourne bit

A travel blog entry by nicksmale on Mar 04, 2015

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... and customs (is the programme called border control). Sue & Salve were there to meet us and whisked us off to Ramsey St (well View Bank) really but it's hard to spot the difference. Emma is living with them as well at the moment while her new place is being built. Anyway, a lovely cup of tea and a night cap then off for a sleep in a proper bed!

if you can keep up with all the excitement I will have more to say later

Catch up!

A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Feb 24, 2015

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... in the whole street. We headed down towards the main section but it was so crowded and hot you couldn't move so just stood and sweated. We spoke to a couple of Aussies whilst we were going around and they said that this year was rubbish compared to last year. Apparently last year was more concentrated in the centre so there was something to see everywhere you looked. This year it looks like they'd tried to spread it out more but had gone to the other extreme and spread it out ...

Day 15

A travel blog entry by schnuggzontour on Feb 23, 2015

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... the Nullabor and not see a single, living animal.

5. The cops will still fine you for speeding, even in the middle of nowhere.

6.. The SA bakery tour was highly enjoyable, but SA has way too many bakeries. Small towns don't need multiples.

7. We don't know anything about wine - other than it being white or red, sweet or dry, "I like it, I hate it". The Barrossa Valley was wasted on us (although still lots of fun!).

Marvellous Melbourne

A travel blog entry by rach1644 on Jan 02, 2015

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... Cairns.

On the 2nd we took advantage of a free waking tour around the city. This is totally worth it. The guides are all young volunteers who love Melbourne and only earn money from any tips people leave. Given that its a 3 hr tour we were very shocked to see some people just give $5 between them! We made sure we gave our guide 'Flick' a good tip. By the end of the tour it was scorching hot, so we decided to go and check ...

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