Williamstown Junction Guesthouse & Lodge

481 Melbourne Road, Melbourne, Victoria, 3015, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 481 Melbourne Road, Melbourne, is near Scienceworks Museum, Williamstown, Newport Lakes Parkland, and ARHS Railway Museum.
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A travel blog entry by nathalievinckx on Jul 27, 2014

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... In the living room was a chimney and everyone was sitting around it. It felt like my home immediatly.

I went to bed and slept so good, but I couldn't wait to discover Melbourne. My hostel was located in St. Kilda, a town at the beach, 20min from Melbourne. I walked to the beach and I felt so happy.
Next days I met a lot of people. Most of them were French and there was a good connection. I had so much fun ...


A travel blog entry by fayerowe on Jul 07, 2014

The boat ride over to the mainland was pretty horrific. I was feeling a tad hung over, and it was stormy. winds of 130kmh. im surprised they still let the ferry run. waves washing over the boat, the whole thing tipping sideways. urgh. Then the overwhelming number of people on these things called trains. and working out how to get off - I missed my stop because I didn't pull the door open myself. I thought they were ...


A travel blog entry by emilydavis92 on May 28, 2014

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Confusion was the name of the game today. No we are no longer extremely tired since we managed to get enough sleep to function today. However everything we did today ended up with a little confusion. We went for an early morning run to and were able to experience the hustle and bustle of early morning traffic. We also had the chance to enjoy the scenery as we ran along the Yarra River. Next we were off to explore the city and ride the ...


A travel blog entry by edddadams on Apr 22, 2014

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... randomly at an Opal miners shop. We all walked in; out of curiosity. A warm welcome by the shop owner Jonas, a grandchild of the former and founder of Melbourne's once prosperous Zoo. Taking us through to the front room he began to show us exotic reptiles and spiders that he so happened to keep in the shop. Including, blue tongue lizards, Huntsman spiders and one of the deadliest spiders of all the Redback. Then he began to explain the ins and outs of Opal, how ...

Culture vultures!

A travel blog entry by nloon on Mar 25, 2014

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Visited The NGV Museum in Federation Square with some great modern art exhibitions. Best we've seen in years, especially after one particular disappointing trip to The Tate London about 5 years ago, basically "White on White" with a cods-wallop story made it on the walls! Saw, pretty cool graffiti on Hosier Lane and Caledonia Lane.