Aston & Royal Albert Apartments

Address: 40 Powell Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3141, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the South Yarra area of Melbourne, is near The Jam Factory, Fawkner Park, Dinosaur Designs, and Overseas Designer Warehouse.
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To you Australia

A travel blog entry by firstofdecember on Jan 26, 2015

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... so we are led to believe by the influx of roos residing on Aussie golf courses. Crazy! Along the coast to Lorne we popped past Split Point Lighthouse, contributed to environmental research and broke down on Lorne beach; crowded with 'No Sleeping In Car' signs. How charming :) Let's see if our wooden stick treatment will work any wonders tomorrow morning, otherwise we'll have to hit up the guys from the NRMA. Have a great Australia ...

Conclusion .... All good things must end

A travel blog entry by merocarroll on Dec 21, 2014

Too many people had secondhand horror stories about driving Melbourne to Perth - crossing the Nullarbor - and were quite happy to load me up with tales of woe and warnings before I left home. It should be noted that they had not undertaken the trip! SAFETY - Don't : talk to strangers, drive at night, sit on the toilet seats, use bathrooms alone in roadhouses, go off the main road and do pull off road and stop for trucks and road trains! I found everyone, whether in ...

Day 2 - Brunswick and St Kilda

A travel blog entry by roisinororke on Dec 09, 2014

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... was a tapas bar with a roof top level so we sat in the sun for lunch. The food was delicious: calamari, camembert, beef skewers and a selection of ham, topped off with a beer and Long Island Iced Tea. After lunch in Brunswick we caught the tram to St Kilda which has a beach, amusement park and a high street of shops and cafes. We took another recommendation to get some coffee and cake, ...

Our time in Japan

A travel blog entry by whitters_steveo on Nov 30, 2014

... by tourists. Unfortunately I was a bit disappointed. Considering the amount of travel it took to get there, then with the weather changing to horrid, we were unable to do a few of the things we had planned. There was also very little to see due to cloud coverage/storms. I did enjoy the somewhat desolate seaside town of Katsuura because it had a nice feel but there really wasn't much at all to do throughout the peninsula. Transport around it was sparse and expensive which is ...

So we've bought a car...

A travel blog entry by bakersabroad on Oct 20, 2014

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... will be south, down to Wilsons Promontory National Park, and then we'll be stopping at Port Albert over night (no fee, toilets, drinking water, picnic, BBQ, mobile reception, dogs allowed (where are you Rubes) beautiful views and 24hr stay). We'll have the camera fully charged, ready to capture some wonderful scenery and of course some local wildlife. Last night Joe spotted his first possum (Fabrice, are they poisonous?) of course I am highly jealous and now the race is ...