Albert Heights Serviced Apartments
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In addition to the many cultural exhibits and art museums Melbourne is the only city in the world that has five sport stadiums and three with retractable roofs all on the fringe of the CBD. The Australians do love their sports. Central Business District (CBD) is Australian for Downtown or City Center.
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