Causeway Inn On The Mall

Address: 327 Bourke Street Mall, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 327 Bourke Street Mall, Melbourne, is near Block Arcade, Burke Street Mall and Melbourne's Central., Collins Street, and David Jones.
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    A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Mar 20, 2015

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    ... more wine! We loved everyone we tasted and wished we could send some home! Our next vineyard was where we were going to soak up the alcohol with some lunch and also to try another three wines. The wines were lovely, however, it was not beating vineyard number one. Lunch was scrumptious as we both went for the chicken schtiniz with roast potatoes. It was good to taste some chicken! We were soon onto vienyard number three which was a boutique, meaning they make less than ...

    Back to da big city via the ocean road

    A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Mar 19, 2015

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    ... cept....winds from hell.....I got pushed into the next lane a couple of times and it was exhausting fighting it. After about a couple of hours of that I rolled into Melbourne.....and a cool bridge over the harbour. The wind was blocked by buildings now so wasn't too bad....seems me hotel is right downtown....and traffic is crazy....but did okay filtering. The roads are pretty narrow and after about 30 mins....found me hotel..right in the middle ...

    Prepation H

    A travel blog entry by on Mar 05, 2015

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    ... and dismay of my Facebook friends around the world who were adamant that the only humanly possible way to travel is to roll. Be gone you lot with your hipster packing methods and popular culture. Folding is the way of the future… or was the way of the past. Either way, it is the winner in my suitcase.

    Talking about having my **** together, I even know what gate to go to on Saturday. I bet the pilot doesn’t even know (or even cares) what gate ...

    "No-one Saves Us But Ourselves" - Buddha

    A travel blog entry by emiliebidaine on Feb 24, 2015

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    ... of a tail as he speeds underfoot, begging for food and company. A charming situation but the novelty of "welcoming host" wears of quite fast as you contend with having to wake up at 6, daily training, work, cooking, washing and the desperate NEED for peace and relaxation at home.

    Come Saturday, I gently enquire as to when the lovely little duo will be ehm LEAVING!!!?!!??

    "Oh, don't worry. I'm booking their hostel today, right now, in a few minutes, on my way ...

    Last few days in Melbourne

    A travel blog entry by glesme on Feb 14, 2015

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    ... the experience! England played poorly and we got beaten! Back to auntie Carols tonight. Sunday we spent the day with Auntie Carol and Lisa. It was Lisa's works potato festival. Carol and Lisa had been growing the potato for 3 months so we all waited eagerly to see if they had won 1st price - a trip to Bali! Err no better luck next year. It was tiny! A lovely thank you dinner out with Carol and Lisa. Up early on Monday 16th as we fly to ...