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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      Farewell Australia

      A travel blog entry by greetadventures on Mar 31, 2015

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... is no wonder as 38% of the population are from overseas. The majority were born in the UK followed by Italy, China and Greece. The student population has a large Asian component. This multicultural population also accounts for the vast number of restaurants lining the city from all ends of the world.

      As we head back to Sydney and prepare to say goodbye there are numerous things that have stood out for us from this region.

      Sydney has ...


      A travel blog entry by patandfred on Mar 21, 2015

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... There are two dinning sessions to cater for the 2000 passengers. There are several bars, shopping plaza, photo gallery, fitness centre, Radiance Day spa, hair salon, themselves suite and a the Casino and a movie theatre. We get a time table for the next day delivered to our cabin listing all activities fir the next day. There is a lot to do or as little to do as you wish. We have just returned to our cabin ...


      A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Mar 20, 2015

      87 photos

      ... all! We headed to Queen Victoria's market, only to get all the way there to realise it was closed. Ohhh well, it was just our luck and instead we hopped on two trams to go to look around the harbour and Eitad Stadium. They have some funky designed buildings around the harbour that were most impressive! Before heading back to ours for lunch we decided to hit up the MCG stadium, which is the Melbourne Cricket Ground stadium just to get a few pictures for my brother dearest. He ...

      Day Forty Three 03/03/2015 Martes 3 March

      A travel blog entry by marionbenson on Mar 03, 2015

      4 photos

      G'Day Melbourne We arrived here just about 8am,woke up to blue cloudy skies and a cooler wind. We quickly got ourselves organised, had breakfast,sorted ourselves out and went to catch the shuttle bus into Melbourne.We made our way straight to the visitors centre near Federation Square.We looked around at the different tours and decided we would do the open topped bus tour around the city, it was one of those where you could get off at ...

      Hipsters Paradise

      A travel blog entry by harry_emma on Feb 23, 2015

      16 photos

      ... left we took a closer inspection to find pingu and his friend hiding in the rocks. We weren't sure if it was sick as they usually spend the day out at sea, but we were happy to spot one for free anyway. Later that evening we were treated to a trip up the 88 floor Eureka Tower, where we could get a 360 twilight view of Melbourne. It would be good in the future to see it again in the daytime for a different perspective. After, we went to some bars ...