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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... Melbourne Goal, the Trade Union Hall (Melbourne was the first City to introduce the 8 hour working Day) Parliament House, China Town, down laneways, to street art, Fed Square and the Arts precinct. Well worth it I say, a very informative way to spend the morning. After the walk we rested our tired feet and had lunch sitting in the sunshine by the Yarra. The Big Freeze was on today (raising money for Motor Neurone Disease) and Fed Square was awash with blue ...
... they all sell the same thing. After the market we headed to an area called Fitzroy which is quite a nice area filled with lots of young people, cafés and bars. We used the tram to get around because once you've spent $7 on your Myki Card (Travel Card) you can then travel unlimited for the rest of the day which is a great incentive. We came back quite tired after an early start but we feel like we're getting to know Melbourne very ...
... Jen and their incredibly camp but bloody funny friend Sebastian. Once again drinks flowed and mixed in with the Melbourne public transport it ended up being quite a late night. Leaving Melbourne with mixed feelings of what sort of a place it is, we had a great time here and loved certain places like St Kilda. It's a really cool, trendy, artsy city with lots of live music, cool bars and a happening scene. However due to the fact it's so run down ...
... looked like a permanent fixture. Melbourne's botanic gardens were quite different to those in Adelaide but made for a very pleasant stroll and picnic lunch none the less. They were somehow less botanical and more like a grand English country garden than Adelaide. It is quite impressive that both these cities have these wonderful resources within easy walk distance of the centre ... for free. How much does it cost to get into Kew? One of the reasons we like going ...
... both amazed at how busy it was. There were a number of people directing traffic, and we had to park the farthest away we've ever had to. We caught the bus to the airport then (from the car park) and found the same situation inside the airport - it was so busy, our flight was completely full!
When we arrived in Adelaide we grabbed a coffee at the airport before taking a taxi to G's parents. We had lunch and exchanged gifts with them, before being picked up by Aaron and ...