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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... over 9 months so she had lots of great stories! She then took me down to Brighton Beach! We grabbed a bite of chips (fries) and then took a walk on the beach. The beach huts are super cute! Families in the area own them and apparently they are about $250K to own! There was one family enjoying some wine in theirs. Each hut is painted differently and has its own charm. Of course I had to take a picture in front of the iconic Australia hut. The view from the beach was amazing! you could ...
... with me nothing is straight forward so what we expected to take 20 mins took nearly 2 hours so by the time we'd done all of that it was about 4pm. It was too late to head to the museum and the Skydeck so we have said we will save them for our return to Melbourne. Instead we went to do a bit of shopping, I couldn't find anything I liked so got stressed and gave up! We decided we'd head back to the house as we were both shattered from all the walking around and Matty isn't the best when ...
... to those soldiers who were killed during the First World War, making the GOR the largest war memorial in the World.
From the east the road starts in Torquay (no sign of Fawlty Towers) and is about an hour or so drive from the city centre of Melbourne. Our first stop is at the start of the road in Torquay and the famous sign (see picture) and dedication to the war dead.
Back on the bus we drove for another 30 minutes or so to the western side ...
Head off at about 9am to do the City Circle Free Tram around the central city, only to discover it didn't start operating until 10am. Went inside a large mall, only to discover most shops don't open until 10 too. OK window shopping. Found ...
... Check out the menu names it was all very tongue in cheek. The cocktail was equally amazing: vanilla rum, vodka, rose water and orange with watermelon slices! After necking an entire jug we headed home to bed. We would have arrived quicker however Sid decided he knew the route and took us so far out of our way we literally saw the whole of Melbourne before arriving home! Another bloody asking your! Our poor poor feet! ...