Brighton Savoy

Address: 150 Esplanade, Brighton, Victoria, 3186, Australia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 150 Esplanade, Brighton, is near Luna Park, Rippon Lea Estate, Epicurean Food & Wine Tours, and Middle Brighton Baths.
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      Travel Blogs from Brighton

      Trip preparation

      A travel blog entry by deanrobson on Mar 20, 2015

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      After doing copious amount of googling and refining we have finally gotten our gear organised. We have been doing some training although it seems hard to find time to get to the gym. I've stopped the grog, save a couple occasions, since Torquay which was early January, changed my diet and lost 9kgs. Sue has put us in ...

      Beach!

      A travel blog entry by ermg on Jan 17, 2015

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... over 9 months so she had lots of great stories! She then took me down to Brighton Beach! We grabbed a bite of chips (fries) and then took a walk on the beach. The beach huts are super cute! Families in the area own them and apparently they are about $250K to own! There was one family enjoying some wine in theirs. Each hut is painted differently and has its own charm. Of course I had to take a picture in front of the iconic Australia hut. The view from the beach was amazing! you could ...

      Aussie Humor: The Bogan Strikes Back

      A travel blog entry by jamessapp on Jan 15, 2015

      20 photos

      ... s parents' cabin). Melbourne amazes me every day. It truly is one of the most interesting and livable cities in the world. It has one of the largest arrays of food, sporting areas, and art galleries I have ever witnessed. This week I explored the National Gallery of Victoria. This massive gallery is not only home to some extremely famous European paintings. It also houses an installation by an extremely funny Aussie artist by the name David Shrigley. His art has a dry sense of Aussie ...

      Day 80 - Melbourne, Australia

      A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Nov 21, 2014

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      The last full day in Melbourne, I really should have stayed for a week if not longer, spoke to a girl I used to teach yesterday Emily, she is spending a year at Melbourne Uni (Lucky *****!) Plan was for another sporty sporty day, everything is so close together that I have on,y had to use the tram once, I walked from the hotel to the Olympic Park it only took an hour so I was too early to go on the Rod Laver Tour, so I walked ...

      Leaving the Ramsay's and heading to Queensland

      A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Nov 11, 2014

      142 photos

      ... with me nothing is straight forward so what we expected to take 20 mins took nearly 2 hours so by the time we'd done all of that it was about 4pm. It was too late to head to the museum and the Skydeck so we have said we will save them for our return to Melbourne. Instead we went to do a bit of shopping, I couldn't find anything I liked so got stressed and gave up! We decided we'd head back to the house as we were both shattered from all the walking around and Matty isn't the best when ...