Arrow On Swanston
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArrow On Swanston Melbourne
The hotel is located on the outer edge of the Melbourne CBD and near the Queen Victoria Markets.
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... is like a posh Burger King. They have GF patties and buns. We had a burger each and some sweet potato chips. We really enjoyed it! We even found the special buns to be nicer than normal buns. We couldn't wait to try another so put this on our list of places to find again.
Once it got dark we started making our way back to our hotel. On the walk we stopped to watch a musical act playing, singing and dancing around a bonfire. This was part of a ...
... ways, had a scrumptious meal at this cute little restaurant called Trattoria Da Giorgio by a canal and watched all the gondolas go by. Listened to a wonderful choir at the Basilica Di San Salvador. Walked through Piazza San Marco and listened to all the bands entertaining the patrons. I am so in love with this place and having my besties here with me from the UK has made it that much more special. Fran you ...
... br> 35, in search of the illusive Greek restaurant precinct. We searched the streets quoted in the visitor’s city guides with no luck but then struck luck in finding Mike’s Meditation Greek in a food court. A large mixed grill of chicken and lamb with salad settled the worms. We continued our tram journey to complete the loop then managed to find or way back to the road where we picked up our bus for home.
... right when you got stuck. Within seconds Caleb was turned around and caused a log jam at the corner. The operator stopped the power and got people sorted out. Caleb continued to spin in circles with the occasional bumps. He came off and said that he was never going on those again. The Spider ended up being one of his favorites and he did it several times in a row. I bought a single ticket so we could do the old school wooden roller coaster. The views from the ...
... incredible sight there were the "stumps" of the old pier, a photographers dream.
Back to View Bank for lunch via the track for next weeks Grand Prix and a supermarket where Simone helped me purchase a SIM card for my phone. Luckily Simone is of the age where installing things like this are easy and within a couple of hours she had me connected to the Telstra network. (I am a bit worried still because as part of ...