Apartments @ Docklands
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Babysitting service
- Outdoor pool
- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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TripAdvisor Reviews Apartments @ Docklands Melbourne
Travel Blogs from Melbourne
Probably both the least and most exciting day. We had breakfast with my friend and his family, than hoped on our flight for our final destination: Melbourne, Australia. After 10 flights, 1000's of kms of driving, and too many time zone changes we had finally arrived. Now to get moving things finished and start ...
Now in Kaprun , Austria, a four hour bus trip from last place of residence, this time for a week. Meeting for dinner shortly, first time as a group, to find out the walking program . Rain has been expected but it remains hot. Just back from a local musical happening, but we just had the kids of the town playing. I am in a great room but level one at the front and I think there will be a bit of road noise , need to have windows open as too warm , this is a ski town in the quiet ...
... we caught the correct Tram. Steve and I were rebels today, and stayed on the tram after the free zone.... We were very nervous though, and got off about 4 stops too early.... Rule breaking doesn't come naturally to us! We had a lovely catch up with Keels, who filled us in on what has been happening in her new Melbourne life, it was the perfect way to spend our last day. We then had a ...
... Scottish lads we had met in Lombok as he was now living in Melbourne. We was due to meet him at 7pm but due to the fact it was Grand Prix weekend in Melbourne and mostly due to the fact that the transport system is pretty ****** (no readable timetables, hardly any signs, lines would have first and last stops listed but none in between, lines didn't connect very well and they're all trams! Which are incredibly slow and infrequent) we arrived 2 ...
... beasts for a second time one woke up and actually got down from its bottom-wedged position for a stroll. It then proceeded to leap from tree to tree with amazing vigour before wedging its bottom again. A rare occurrence we were told. Roz was delighted. The Emus were ponderous, the kangaroos quite tame, indeed they enjoyed a good chest rub and smelt sweet apparently. Even the two tigers we saw, though obviously restricted, looked happily dozy and were not pacing up ...