Albert Park Manor Boutique Hotel

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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    Mark maned up!

    A travel blog entry by usadventure on Aug 06, 2014

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... Crow, Holly Vallance, Jim Robinson.... After about 25 mins we entered the studio where every gate, door, window etc doubled up as the hospital, school, prison, airport etc. We got to meet a rather dishy and friendly actor who plays Brad Willis (son of Doug and Pam). Not the dishy young blond we knew from back in the day however, now played by a guy called Kip Gamblin who was recently a bit of a star in Casualty back at home ...

    Day 4 - Hangings ... and Fairy Penguins

    A travel blog entry by rebeccacline on Jul 19, 2014

    8 photos

    ... was closed for remodeling and ended up back on the bus. The Memorial is impressive, and sad - I never realized just how many Australians died during that war, fighting alongside the British and the rest of the Commonwealth. Sad. There was also a memorial service being prepared to commemorate Maylasian Flight 17 that was shot down yesterday. Very, very sad. Two of the passengers on the flight were well known researchers headed to Melbourne for this year's ...

    Mozzie, Mozzie, Mozzie!!!

    A travel blog entry by d.thorpe on Jun 12, 2014

    ... start to realise that it adds up without you really noticing it. It's still only about 100 quid, but that, and the lack of companionship and the cold weather (nothing like British winter but it's still pretty damn cold) has pushed me away from Melbourne, so I've booked my flight that leaves at 5.20pm tonight and after just 1 hour 25 mins on the plane, I'll be in sunny Adelaide with good old family, cheaper accommodation and people who are obliged to converse with me.


    The Crunchy Town of Footscray

    A travel blog entry by jrl3710 on May 31, 2014

    40 photos

    ... pizzas we got lasted us all three days. West Footscray is also under a lot of construction. Everywhere. It has a very industrial feel to it. And it's kind of known as a middle of nowhere, nothing town. Every time someone asked us where we were staying we'd say "footscray" and they'd respond "why?". Seriously, this happened four times. But wait, there's more. We walked back to the house, knocked on the door. Twice. Then finally someone came to the door. The porch lights ...


    A travel blog entry by jennet on May 21, 2014

    3 photos

    ... whole day! I have a video and photos of the jump to show you all when I'm back!! I caught the tram back to Melbourne cbd and headed to Melbourne museum which was really interactive and probably one of the best museums I've ever been too. There was lots of info on the Aboriginal communities presented in a really interesting way! Headed back to the hostel in the evening for a few drinks with my room ...