Caroline Serviced Apartments Brighton
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You won't go wrong with a stay at the Caroline Serviced Apartments in Brighton. We stayed here for over 7 weeks. The location is marvellous; close to the train to the CBD (15 minutes), steps to all the wonderful shops and restaurants on Church Street and only a short walk to the waterfront! But more important that the location is the amazing staff. From the folks on the front desk to the housekeeping staff; they all ensured that our stay was wonderful. We have travelled all over the world and would highly recommend this property for any one staying in the Melbourne area.
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... It was a really good tour, we walked through the ground, learning about the cricket and the AFL as they use the ground too. It took 2 hours and I would definitely recommend it, we got to go on the ground, in the stands, in the changing rooms, the media rooms, the library and so much more. We finished the tour at 2pm and were both starving so lunch stop and then a few more errands to be run before more sightseeing. I needed to post some stuff home and needed to go to the bank too. ...
Coach tour around the city this morning, including Capt. Cook's cottage (rebuilt brick by brick from Yorkshire), the MCG and the Shrine of Remembrance from where there are great views of the skyline. The coach also took a spin around Albert Park, the unrecognisable Grand Prix circuit. After ...
My track then took me down Collins St, to take photos of St Michaels and Scots churches on the corner of Collins and Russel Streets. As St Michaels is made from bricks, it looks quite different to the classical stone structures. such as at Scots Church across the street.
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... a little less than 2 hours. We then caught a shuttle which took us to our hotel in the heart of the city center of Melbourne. After checking in we joined the crowds of people exploring and shopping in the central business district. We visited the popular Bourke Street Mall which was an open air shopping district. The street was closed off to cars but running through the center were ...
... cold. Hello Melbourne. So my aunt and cousin, who I was meeting for the first time came to collect me. We spent the journey back to north balywn with me telling them all about my crazy adventures to date, which in hindsight was only really the tip of the iceberg of what was to come. Back in my aunts, she showed me to my room. My own room. With a double bed. And a dressing gown. And own light and socket. It's these kind of things that make you want to weep with happiness ...