Docklands Executive Apartments

Address: 8 Waterview Walk, PO Box 23399, Melbourne, Victoria, 3008, Australia | 4 star condo
 
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This 4 star condo, located in the Docklands area of Melbourne, is near Melbourne Aquarium, Telstra Dome, Melbourne Maritime Museum - home of Polly Woodside, and Station Pier.
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      Back in Australia - A Family Gathering

      A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jul 03, 2014

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      ... a wind chill bringing it down to about five degrees. Thank goodness for my new scarf and alpaca jacket.

      I'd never had much time to explore Melbourne before, so it was quite pleasant just wandering the streets and laneways. Finding little cafe's for meals and coffees.

      My second night (Friday) I attended the theatre, seeing Les Miserables on its second night at Her Majesty's Theatre. What a show - it was just fabulous! The sets were amazing, ...

      Acceptance and reality

      A travel blog entry by bigisland on Jun 21, 2014

      ... metres is an effort, let alone kms around resort, and I am soooo slow....... Why don't I regret going.....because Greg and I had magical time of togetherness, something I will forever cherish. That is my main highlight. Second highlight would be those beautiful dolphins.....they are so uplifting, healing and does the soul so much good. Third highlight is obvious - warmth, soaking in ...

      Melbourne

      A travel blog entry by lgodfrey3 on May 19, 2014

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      ... old but typically British with the scones and strawberry jam and an assortment of other cakes. So popular it is that you can be seated for only half hour and there is always a queue to get in. We head along the many lane ways, littered with cafés and onto st.pauls with its ladies only seats. Explained to us is the Chloe painting brought by a couple of Irish men at the young prince Bruce. Which then ended up making this a listed building. We break at Fed square ...

      Day 137: Walking Around Melbourne

      A travel blog entry by mfln31 on May 18, 2014

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      ... was a good one on the paintings of Rome by an 18th century artist that I can't remember the name of. We were pretty tired after that so we took a ride on the old tram around the city centre before heading back to the hostel for a rest before dinner. We've got more to see yet but I think Melbourne is my favourite Australian city so far. There's lots of history here and a more cultured feel about the place. ...

      Melbourne sights....

      A travel blog entry by rob-heulwen on Apr 07, 2014

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      ... You get the feeling that it wants to make a statement about itself through the design of its buildings, I think in some it works, in others no. Besides the city tour, we also went out to the beach areas of Melbourne, there are two, both part of the same bay. First up was St Kilda. This was almost like going back in time. Here my English friends will need to pause while we reminisce with our Welsh followers. So St Kilda, think Porthcawl / Barry 50+ years ago. The fair ...