Collingwood Accommodation Melbourne

Address: 137-139 Johnston Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3066, Australia | Hotel
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    Twelve trams a-trundling

    A travel blog entry by hsa on Oct 24, 2015

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... from the theatrical to the production. He also must have kept all the costumes he ever wore as there are dozens of them on show.

    (The ticket cost - $25, equiv to 12.00 – was reasonable enough, but the semi-darkness and unreadable captions spoiled it. I was surprised to discover how my interest in Bowie was for two specific periods and personas only - 1972-74, 1977-79, the ones which generally inspired others; nothing he has done in the past 35 years has registered at ...

    Holidays, jobs and neighbourhood pterodactyls

    A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Sep 30, 2015

    After the first 10 week term I have ever worked, I am currently on holiday for 2 weeks. I feel like I've won the lottery - the ability to wake up whenever I want to on a school day and remain horizontal for as long as I please, kind of lottery.

    Edd's sailing is now full steam ahead - the boat he is on (a Sydney 38) is entering into nationals, which will be held in January, so he's off sailing basically every Saturday and some Sundays from now until ...

    Departing cold & wet Melbourne

    A travel blog entry by pincony on Aug 27, 2015

    Melbourne turned on special farewell, rain started in the morning, light initially progressing to heavy enough to get quite wet. The Tram Drivers not wanting to miss out put on a stop work from 10:00 to 2:00, ensuring I had an early start so that I could get across ...

    Pre arrival nerves

    A travel blog entry by kaylatravels on Jul 05, 2015

    1 photo

    ... by myself, so why am I so anxious to arrive? What will the people be like that I'll work with? What will the children be like? Will I be able to communicate with them? What will I be required to do? Ahh the questions that roll through my head and the butterflies that grow in my stomach! However, it's when you feel most out of your comfort zone that you grow as a person! So I continue to push on knowing that this is a good thing and not to wallow and give in to nerves and ...


    A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Mar 20, 2015

    87 photos

    ... brain section. We learnt how our brain uses the differnet emotions, and how we perceive different things. We would of been happy to stay in that area for a long time as we soaked up the knowledge, however, it was coming up to closing time and we had to explore more. We saw dinosaurs which Colm was most happy about and we saw fossils, which I thought were very cool! We definitely like our museums that is for sure! We were very sad when we were kicked out at closing time!