McKenzie's Guest House Melbourne

32 Degraves Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3052, Australia | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Melbourne

The Crunchy Town of Footscray

A travel blog entry by jrl3710


... next day when we went into the city, we had nothing to do. We walked a lot around the city. But it's not very aesthetically pleasing. We went to the big farmers market, but unfortunately got there when it was closing down. We also went into a big, beautiful Catholic Church. But nothing really happens in Melbourne until nighttime. Remember me writing about Lauren, the other couchsurfer in Sydney? She lives in Melbourne, so we met up with her our second night. Lauren is a ...

Home Again

A travel blog entry by kpgtravels


... places still not accepting cards - Czech Republic might be part of the EU, but only just! Krowns are used and preferred to Euros - We forget how much history we don't have - Look up free walking tours anywhere you go - fantastic concept and if it is rubbish then it costs you nothing - and although we already know this, it was yet again confirmed, changing counties, cities and accommodation every couple of days is hard ...

Jet Plane part 2

A travel blog entry by john-and-anne


... through to Echuca just a day or two before. Beautiful but nowhere to sit in the shade so after a walk we continued into Bendigo to the town centre.

Bendigo was and still is a gold mining town. There was a lot of money here which is reflected by the victorian stone buildings, village green with statue of Queen Vic, the biggest tourist information office you've ever seen and an interesting art gallery which we visited.


Day 1 (First Day!!!)

A travel blog entry by zacaw

... boy, 'Sam'. He had a trampoline, a dog, a swing and play equipment and some billy carts. The billy carts were really fun I even went riding on the road with them. For dinner we had fish fingers. Then we went to our apartment and went to bed. First day of the holiday ...

Getting behind

A travel blog entry by david_l_howe


... up in the tropics at Port Douglas and have now come all the way west to Perth.More of that to follow.
Melbourne is very mellow and in stark contrast to the glitz Sidney. Very arty of course- some of the pictures attached are poor reproductions of some of the less usual works.


This hotel, located in the Melbourne CBD area of Melbourne, is near Block Arcade, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, St. Paul's Cathedral, and Flinders Street Station.
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