Collingwood Accommodation Melbourne

Address: 137-139 Johnston Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3066, Australia | Hotel
 
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      Australia Day

      A travel blog entry by jmsges on Jan 26, 2015

      76 photos

      ... line and do the ground tour while Cari, Greg, Paul and Jan stayed in line for the full tour. The initial plan was to have a picnic on the grounds, but with all the rain from the morning we were concerned about finding a dry spot. By the time we finished with the grounds (and the rest of the party was still in line for the house,) the sun was shining and we very well could have had a picnic. ...

      Melby Christmas

      A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Dec 27, 2014

      19 photos

      ... and went to bed full and dizzy. Trying to leave the house with twins, a picnic and everything that goes with the two is a major operation. Australian Christmas happens at the beach and the difference was welcome; if we couldn't have it at home with family. We set off late for Lorne, two hours away. The fire warning signs at the side of the road go from extreme risk to run away now. We found a BBQ, a picnic bench, and the whole Sikh population of Melbourne, or so it ...

      Leaving the Ramsay's and heading to Queensland

      A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Nov 11, 2014

      142 photos

      ... the train. There was no way I was doing another train journey with no food. We boarded the train at 7:10 pm and skyped Matty's mum before we set off. The train journey. The journey wasn't too bad as far as 17 hour train journeys go. I got myself up to date with my blog, sent some emails to Ellie and finished my book. I got a little bit of sleep but not too much, I just could not get comfy and every time I did my hip started hurting really badly. Matty spent the first 3 hours with ...

      Departing Melbourne

      A travel blog entry by rosiecampbell89 on Sep 28, 2014

      ... my east coast travels. However it was kind of expected with it being the last week of term the demand for CRT's wasn't as high, so I pretty much ended up with two weeks cruising around Melbourne. I didn't do anything particularly interesting with my time, just enjoyed being in such a wonderful city, went to a few places I hadn't yet been, packed up my stuff and shipped stuff home, ate in a few restaurants I've been wanting to for ages, and hung out with my bestie, Markus (and ...

      THE FINAL FEW HOURS

      A travel blog entry by digordon on Sep 08, 2014

      After leaving our bags with the concierge, we decided that we hadn't really looked at the shops. We quite liked the Post Office building as it had colourful 'flags' ( for want of a better description) all around the building. They were a permanent part of the structure and were very bright and cheerful. We then found the newly ...