Darling Towers South Yarra
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Darling Towers South Yarra Melbourne
Travel Blogs from Melbourne
... parks. > Cycling along the Yarra River for lunch at the Convent at Abbotsford. Hire a bike from The Bike Hire shop on the river below Fed. Square. Mike the Bike guy is a great character and very helpful. The bike route is very scenic, a bit hilly in places and generally well signed - although we managed to miss the crucial turn off after the last bridge over the river, which would have taken us down steps to the convent. Instead we ended up ...
... and drinking brews.
The next night we stopped at Monterrey. Another Comfort Inn, another family room more brews downed after a very average Chinese meal.
From here it was the Air bnb at San Francisco that had great views but was a bit hilly to get to if you were on foot, not that was in our plans.
After San Francisco we hit Yosemite where we stayed at the legendary Cedar Lodge. Legendary for all the ...
... as they have been good to Vicky & I, having already placed Vicky in a role this week on a temporary basis as well. After a call on Monday Vicky started as a receptionist come inbound customer service operator on behalf of a charity called Plan. It's a charity that supports all over the world and works to support children which Vicky absolutely loves. Not only is the work interesting but it's in the field which she studied at university and ...
... to have trouble sightseeing. Will have to use bus and cab, bloody near impossible with the working people trying to get around - just like being at home! Beer is good so that is a plus. Amazed to learn that the tube workers get 52 days a year leave and that few earn less than £40,000 per ...
Melbourne Day Two
Friday 3rd July 2015
Melbourne graced us with another rainy reminiscent English morning yet despite not seeing rain for a few months we're no strangers to its weariness and powered through and jumped on the 800 bus toward Oakleigh to catch the connecting train to Flinders Street.
Yesterday we had planned ahead and phoned the restaurant 'Sapore' to reserve a lunch time spot, as James had sent kindly sent Emma a voucher for it. ...