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 Portobello Lane of South Yarra.
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The Beginning

A travel blog entry by tarayr12vcal on Feb 09, 2015

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... hit with the humidity and heat, it was amazing!
After going through customs and having my passport stamped i collected my baggage and was met by a lovely man who was there to pick me up and take me to my hotel, on the journey to the hotel he told me little bits of information with what English he knew and pointed out places to go to and to take pictures of, he was a great help and what a way to start my holiday!


A reunion and a wedding

A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren on Oct 31, 2014

... Aaron drove the 11 hours back home that evening (crazy!) whilst Maike and I crashed out! The following day I met up with my cousin Bex who was in Melbourne for the weekend. We caught the tram to St Kilda beach, walked along the pier, went into the sea up to our knees (it was freezing!) and relaxed on the sand. Later we caught the tram back, met up with Mel and headed to the wedding shop to get my Bridesmaid dress and went shopping for some shoes to go with it. The ...

Wednesday: Half the Training Time, Double the Pain

A travel blog entry by emiliebidaine on Oct 15, 2014

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... pink trampoline and half an hour after seeing it, she had grasped the whole concept; bend your knees and use the energy to propel you upwards, enjoy feeling that little bit weightless heck even crack a smile and laugh a bit...Half an hour into today's trampolining I had discarded all pretence of feeling "cool and at ease," was close to tears and recoiling into the wall, as far away from the stupid, big "tramp" as possible which was only about ...

2 Hoyes & A Kangaroo - Day 3

A travel blog entry by johoye on Oct 14, 2014

... when in Rome...!

After completing the territory, Con & Vickie drove us to the home of Brother & Sister Vella (Joe & Sue). All of the delegates had an early dinner with various families from the congregation. That was a nice touch. We enjoyed a nice intimate setting with only Joe and Sue and Sue's parents who were visiting from South Wales to attend the convention. What a wealth of knowledge and experience sitting around that table! ...

Phillip Island day tour

A travel blog entry by wallis1983 on Sep 21, 2014

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... I got to see so many of Australia's native wildlife but I did feel uneasy about some aspects of the sanctuary. Next was lunch, and boy am I glad I packed my own lunch too, as it was a few rather small sandwiches. So I treated that as my starter and had my packed lunch on the bus! Next we were off to the Koala Conservation Centre which was great. We got to see Koalas doing what they do best, hanging about in trees and eating Eucalyptus leaves. Our ...