Carlton College Hostel

97 Drummond Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located in the Carlton area of Melbourne, is near Melbourne Museum, Old Melbourne Gaol, Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens, and City Square.
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Travel Blogs from Melbourne

The one where mum's biggest concern was her nails

A travel blog entry by tarzie on Aug 10, 2014

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All was pretty calm in the wylie household, we seemed to be cruising. The main issue was luggage weight. I was perplexed and frustrated about how my luggage went from 15kgs to approx. 37kg which was the result of adding one pair of shoes (no they are not ridiculously big shoes I am just a ditz and was reading kg in one instance and pound next why would you have lb on a scale anyway) I messaged my friend ...

The journey home starts....

A travel blog entry by graemefarquhar on Jul 23, 2014

... my favourite beach in the world: Whitehaven. It's everything a good beach should be, with clear blue warm water, white sand and a gorgeous backdrop. Fortunately, I was part of a really fun group on the boat which made it all the better. We were also accompanied by some dolphins swimming next to our boat for a while. Best thing ever! Soon enough, it was time to go back to shore at Airlie Beach, a small town but a magnet for backpackers. From there, I took a train up to ...

The things I've done and seen.

A travel blog entry by emilypittman on Jun 04, 2014

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So, I last left off about to tell you all (and by "all" I rather mean, WHO ARE YOU PEOPLE?!?)
about my trip to the Queen Victoria market, (which you all saw the sign for in my first entry about Melbourne) the Victoria Institute of Sport, and then the next day the Old Melbourne Gaol (which to Americans is spelled jail) and a trip to the State Library.

Then I missed telling you the entries, and then we went to Sovereign Hill and the Eureka Stockade (which apparently is a town). ...

Day 138: Last Day in Melbourne

A travel blog entry by mfln31 on May 19, 2014

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This morning we split into 2 groups. One for the Neighbours tour (Lauren and Kat) and one for the MCG cricket ground tour. The girls seemed to enjoy their tour: they met Stingray and saw Karl and Susan Kennedy. Alex and I also had a good time on our tour of the 100,000 capacity stadium. We had a guide called Spencer who had been an MCG member for over 50 years and really knew his stuff. In the ...

These Boots were made for Walking!

A travel blog entry by jennynbob on Mar 31, 2014

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Today we hit Melbourne's streets. Not quite Bob's cup of tea, but once again he gets to tag along with something I wanted to do. Come to Melbourne, you have to see things like Flinders Street Station, ride on the tram, visit the arcades and check out the graffiti lanes that are legal. Melbourne is also known for its food, sculptures and art.

We drove over to Janice's home, only 20 minutes from the park we are staying at and headed for the train station. In Melbourne you have ...

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