Collingwood Accommodation Melbourne

Address: 137-139 Johnston Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3066, Australia | Hotel
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      Sinéad continues to steal the show in Melbourne.

      A travel blog entry by daleville on Jan 03, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      Australia is a great country to visit.

      We would say best time is just after Chtistmas and try to incude the Australian Open Tennis Tournament in Melbourne.

      We won't start to tell you where to go and what to see as there are many travel sites to surf on the Internet.
      We find Tripadvisor along with Lonely Plant's sites very …

      Home again

      A travel blog entry by katw_9 on Jan 03, 2015

      1 photo

      ... was a pretty ordinary part of London. Had dinner I. The hotel on Thursday night and then started the long journey home. Terminal 2 has been complete upgraded and was actually really nice. Twelve hours from London to Singapore - didn't sleep at all so felt every second of it. Three hours in Singapore (foot massage again which has helped with my foot swelling issues!) and then 7 hours to Melbourne Airport. About half an hour to get through immigration, ...

      Shrine of Remembrance and The National Gallery

      A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Dec 05, 2014

      31 photos

      It was my nephew Glen who recommended a visit to the Shrine of Remembrance, and I'm glad he did. My only regret is that I didn't do my research about the Shrine before I visited it. It is such an overwhelmingly large monument to those Australians from Victoria who died on foreign soil since World War 1, that I missed several important features of the site.
      I attended a ceremony in the sanctuary, in which a simulation of a ...

      Melbourne Mixology

      A travel blog entry by abeadventures on Nov 18, 2014

      10 photos

      ... last few years, although he is originally from Christchurch, New Zealand, and she is from Canada. As Melbourners, they knew great little hole in the wall bars to go to. Murmur: an upstairs bar with a vintage feel. A small sign in an alley is all that marks it's location, and without a locals knowledge you never would seek it out. Bar Americano: This bar is also at the end of an alley, and serves vintage classic cocktails. It only has standing room at the bar for 10 people at a ...

      Our Last Stop In Australia ��

      A travel blog entry by ourcrazylife on Oct 01, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... the same price as a hostel…..we are becoming masters at haggling and being cheeky get us EVERYWHERE! So our place is right in the city and has a huge indoor heated pool with jacuzzi so we r very happy. The city has the biggest network of trams and they are every 5\10 min and can get u anywhere you need to go. We found a free tram too that takes you around the city to all the major attractions, we used this alot!! During our time through Australia we have ...