City Limits Serviced Apartments

20 - 22 Lt Bourke St., Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located in the Melbourne CBD area of Melbourne, is near The Princess Theatre, Parliament House of Victoria, City Museum at Old Treasury, and Comedy Theatre.
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    The journey home starts....

    A travel blog entry by graemefarquhar on Jul 23, 2014

    ... restaurant. Meisha and I also took a 2am hike up Mount Batur to catch what he heard was a spectacular sunrise. Sadly, it was a particularly cloudy morning, so while it was a beautiful sight to behold, I think on another day it would have been supreme. Still, it was worth it and we made some good friends on the trip that I'm sure we'll meet again on our travels. We then parted ways as I made my way to Gili Trawangan. This is definitely one of my favourite spots in the world ...

    The things I've done and seen.

    A travel blog entry by emilypittman on Jun 04, 2014

    42 photos

    ... where he would get that death sentence. I played the part of Charles Smyth, prosecuting attorney. He did his job well and got Kelly hanged. But I did have fun playing the part. Theater major, what can I say?

    After the gaol, we took a lunch break where we found a Chipotle like restaurant where birds liked to fly in threw the open doors and perch above tables. I made everyone paranoid about it, but we didn't get pooped on, and the food was delicious.

    Then we did go to ...

    Melbourne Neighborhoods

    A travel blog entry by ostrowski on May 16, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... areas inside and the rest are outdoors. It is also a passage way for the commuters getting off the trains and heading for work and school. there is a constant stream of people working their way through the space. The street had a lot of atmosphere. The shop fronts were nothing fancy but the food served was special and unique causing the high volume of customers. some shops had just soups or sweets while others offered full menus.


    Unwanted Visitors, Honey Black Widows & GRAMPIANS!

    A travel blog entry by hjc on May 11, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... for goon, beer and weed.

    4 days. Drinking, **** ups, games, bonfires and canned food... Oh yes, and of course, a tiny hike to a 'waterfall' (think our dribbley, broken tap at our new place was more impressive). With the best company imaginable.Was definitely a weekend to remember. Literally gallons of goon, beer and soup. My word.

    We'd turned feral. Feral travellers,who were all looking pretty shagged by the end. I smelt like a ball of smoked **** on ...

    These Boots were made for Walking!

    A travel blog entry by jennynbob on Mar 31, 2014

    4 comments, 11 photos

    ... make me a bit giddy, but it's the next best thing to riding in a helicopter and viewing the city. As Janice pointed out, I seemed more comfortable out on the deck with just netting around it, than I was in the glass protected area. Weird, but there you go. After a complete 360* walk around and taking heaps of photos, we head "back to earth" and to the train station passing the sculptures that I forget what they were called and hoping Janice will remind me. I couldn't get good photos ...