Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdina Apartment Hotel Melbourne
This Hotel was a great place to stay. The room was great though a bit noisy. The WIFI only allowed you 100mb per day which isn't great so you have to pay an extra 10$ to have unlimited access for 24hours (a bit expensive). Parking outfront is a nightmare if you have a car and the Hotel's Carpark is 21$ for 24hours.
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... was rained off. So did a drive round tour of the district near their home. They live just off the coast road which runs alongside the bay, over 65kms of sandy beaches small coves, yacht clubs etc.. Beach huts remind you of anywhere? they are actually in an area called Sandringham. We passed Wells Road on the way back to Deborah's, all feels a little close to home. The pool that Geoff swims in every day has the bars round it ...
... fact very little of anything in the Southern Hemisphere.
We then had a light lunch (except for one who had to have the "large" bento box) and next set off for a fairly long walk to the Immigration Museum (yes, it's the largest in the Southern Hemisphere) to try to track down an old relation of the Smale's whose picture we had found in an old set of photos that my sister had been hiding for years. We are not sure whether he ...
We went into the city to meet my friend Dom who I hadn't seen in 7 years! He used to work at Daves Hostel in Galway where I used to live. It was awesome to reconnect and see each other! He took us to this cool part in Melbourne and after he left we just walked and walked down the narrow alleyways filled with coffee shops, barber parlors and small stores. It was so cool we ended up at Gucci and other very expensive stores which we window shopped ...
... at a hostel. The additional 6 that joined us were not au pairs, they are here on a working holiday like us but they have found other work such office, restaurant or retail work. It was fun to share stories from our travels and from home. We were probably quite a sight, between the 10 of us we came from Germany, Spain, the US, the UK and Belgium. I ended the night with the girl from spain as we enjoyed some ice cream by the Yarra Yarra river. ...
... of bubbles. QF 35 to Singapore UL309 to Colombo Arrival - get visa, get arrival card Meet Neville our guide for the holiday and transfer to our Colombo hotel which is hidden away off the Main Street and we have to do a lap of the block to find it. Welcome drink and shown to our huge room - actually two ...