Albert Park Manor Boutique Hotel

Address: 405 St. Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the South Yarra area of Melbourne, is near Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, Shrine of Remembrance, Victoria Police Museum, and Fawkner Park.
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      Back in Melbourne

      A travel blog entry by marcandnat on Dec 20, 2014

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      ... from Wilsons Prom, but after a while the sun finally beat off the clouds and the day started to look like the glorious summer we had been used to.

      Before we knew it we were back in our old hometown and knocking on our friend's door. Lovely to spend the afternoon/evening catching up, eating pizza, having a bit of Christmas-related tv on in the background and going through all the photos of our trip.


      Distance traveled today: 226 km
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      Our First Day in Australia

      A travel blog entry by barbarahattemer on Dec 10, 2014

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      We arose at 3:00 am to catch an international flight from Christchurch to Melbourne, Australia. We left New Zealand thinking our dream trip was everything we wanted it to be. I miss it already. Bob, on the other hand, is tired of living out of a suitcase and looks forward to our eventual return home. We had two front seats on the plane and enjoyed the extra space. We sailed through a long customs procedure and only had two apples taken away. We are now settled in the Lindrum ...

      Our time in Japan

      A travel blog entry by whitters_steveo on Nov 30, 2014

      ... level of respect and kindness that I have never encountered in another country. It demonstrates how rude and inconsideration other populations are, including my own! Whether Stephen and I were waiting at a train station, on a bus, walking down the street, at a tourist attraction or at a local pub, there were always friendly Japanese kids/teens/adults/oldies keen for a chat. In the Kii Peninsula which doesn't see many foreign tourists, the people we encountered had the smallest level ...

      G'day Again Melbourne!

      A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... merely in the windows. But I saw from across the road that they had the cutest polka dot bikini in the window imaginable. Those who know me know I don’t spend obscence amounts of money on clothes, or anything. I swear I don’t have a dress in my wardrobe worth more that 30. But I just had to try it on. So I did (which involved the usual mortification of trying on swimwear in a clothes shop which merely had a cotton mosquito net for privacy round my near naked body). It ...

      2 Hoyes & Lots of Kangaroos!!

      A travel blog entry by johoye on Oct 22, 2014

      3 comments, 17 photos

      ... there to meet us too! We took a coach group picture, and visited with all of the other friends as we ate our ice cream. Delish! Then, it was time to head back to our hotel. It was a bitter sweet ride back. We laughed, told a few jokes and stories, made promises to stay in touch with our newfound friends, and slept a little. Upon arriving at the hotel, we cuddled and thanked our Australian brothers and sisters for the last time. Tears were shed. Truly, ...