Plum Carlton Serviced Apartments Melbourne

528 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3053, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located in the Carlton area of Melbourne, is near Melbourne Museum, Queen Victoria Market, Old Melbourne Gaol, and Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens.
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    Day 71-75: Melbourne

    A travel blog entry by nathanasi on Aug 23, 2014

    13 photos

    ... plans for life down under. We had a great dinner at a tapas restaurant called Bomba - good choice Phil. The following day we took Phil's advice and had breakfast at one of the many coffee shops in Degraves Street in the CBD, a bustling place where the seating is in the middle of this narrow street. Later we visited the Dreamworks animation exhibition at the Moving Image Centre, makers of films such as Shrek, Happy Feet, Madagascar and Shark Tale - this kept us ...

    Melbourne Walks 3

    A travel blog entry by pablop on Aug 19, 2014

    64 photos

    ... with small size and number of displays provided. Most space was assigned to the Kelly Gang display, with the body armour of Dan Kelly and Steve Hart in the middle. The other large display was the vehicle used in the Russel St bombing, with the rest being quite minor displays of a few historic ...

    Werribee Open Plains Zoo

    A travel blog entry by pablop on Aug 04, 2014

    27 photos

    ... one of the back two trailers if they don't hold a school group, as there is a lot of engine noise in the first two units.

    Most of the animals were from the African continent although the Bison and Wild horse weren't, and many were on the endangered species list, with at least one that I recall that now only exists in Zoos around the world. ...

    Week 4 (AKA the end of the first month)

    A travel blog entry by bethinetta on Jul 21, 2014

    2 comments, 72 photos

    ... went to work for another full on start to the week. B also had a cold shower, and a very chaotic morning trying to find everything she needed for work today. While at work, B got a phone call from Haigh's in Adelaide, and got to speak to some friends there which was nice. After work, B drove to Uni for her very first netball game (which her team lost, spectacularly). After B got home, we were sitting around chatting when we heard a knock on the ...

    Time to go to Gaol

    A travel blog entry by emilydavis92 on May 30, 2014

    3 photos

    ... out of line would be punished with the triangle lashing table where they would receive many blows to the back (usually until they passed out). This type of punishment did not end until 1958. A few of my classmates/friends that I talked to and I were surprised that lashing would have been going on that late in the century. One of the things that makes the gaol so popular is the Infamous Ned Kelly, a bushranger who ...