City Park Hotel

308 Kingsway, Melbourne, Victoria, 3205, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the South Melbourne area of Melbourne, is near Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, Shrine of Remembrance, Victoria Police Museum, and LaTrobe's Cottage.
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    Travel Blogs from Melbourne

    Home Sweet Home

    A travel blog entry by chris-phil-webb on May 18, 2014

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... and knowing there was someone actually reading my ramblings and looking at our snaps, thus creating motivation to keep going. And we got over 1000 hits! Thank you all. The blog wouldn't have been the blog without the fabulous contribution from my photographer, Chris. Most of the pictures she has taken are fantastic and her little pink Canon did serve us well. What memories they will create for us! Her guidance and subtle censorship was ...

    Final day in Melbourne

    A travel blog entry by tomanderson on Apr 02, 2014


    ... quite good as the tour was an example of how you would be treated if you were one of the unfortunate souls!! There were only 4 of us and as you entered, the police sergeant was very brisk and rude in his mannerisms. You were handed a card which described the part you were to play in being processed. Now my role was quite menial but Liz' s was altogether a lively part. She was to play the part of Sally who had been arrested for abusive behaviour ...


    A travel blog entry by gourmettravels on Feb 10, 2014

    14 photos

    ... Great start to the day.

    G2 Korean BBQ.

    In the Block Arcade is the most exquisite cake shop serving high teas. Hopetoun Tea Rooms. There were queues out the door for a seat.

    Manchester Lane houses Shebeen, a quirky bar and eatery that donates the price of your drink to charity. Wished I could have found it again.

    Hosier Lane for our last supper at Movida. Remember that name. Movida is high class tapas at their high class ...

    42 degrees - love

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jan 17, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... disappearing and in its place came big grey clouds and lots of thunder and lightning. Once again, this match was delayed because of the weather.

    At this point it was time to head to Rod Laver Arena anyway and we got there just in time to escape the pouring rain that came quickly. The first match was a really good one between two ladies, one was Victoria Azarenka, the second seed in the tournament. Her opponent gave her a tough run at it though with some really great shots. ...

    Departing Melbourne

    A travel blog entry by neekcal on Dec 29, 2013

    1 photo

    We have planned for many months this 'trip' of a lifetime. I cannot remember the first time I heard of Burma. I think it was around 1988. I was ten or twelve at the time and it was at the height of the civil and political conflict that put the National Democratic League and Aung San Suu Kyi on international news headlines. It was also the time that Midnight Oil released the album Blue Sky Mine, featuring the Mountains of Burma. That album, really that song, has bounced ...