Flagstaff City - Melbourne

Address: 45 Dudley St., Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the West Melbourne area of Melbourne, is near Queen Victoria Market, Telstra Dome, Flagstaff Gardens, and Station Pier.
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    Canberra To Melbourne WC 27th July 2015

    A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Aug 02, 2015

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    ... Erowal Bay, we had lunch and tried to eat as much food as possible prior to carrying on our journey. Having originally planned to stay around Huskisson, Vicky was now on the look out for places to stay further north thus reducing our journey the following day. Not too far away just east of Nowra, a large city in the area, is Shoalhaven Heads which as the name may suggest are two headlands were a river rolls out to see. We stayed on the north side of the river in arguably our best ...

    The TAN Track

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on May 02, 2015

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    ... We topped off our stay with a little pizza on Lygon street. Virtually every restaurant was full inside and out around 7:30PM this Saturday night. One place had a good 30 people in line - remember this is for pasta and pizza. Of course being out with family and friends in a lively environment is the biggest draw. We shed as much weight as we could, books, older clothes etc and we are now ready to move on to another new ...

    Last stop Melbourne and farewell to Oz

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Mar 11, 2015

    31 photos

    ... the system somehow works and keeps the trams running without cars blocking their way.

    We did have one narrow miss, however, when two lanes narrowed into one. A car wanted to merge into our lane from the left and, out of nowhere, a tram appeared on our right and put us well and truly in the middle of a major car-tram sandwich! Ness slammed on the brakes and the tram missed us by inches. Never fight a ...

    Southbank Sadness

    A travel blog entry by firstofdecember on Feb 08, 2015

    5 photos

    ... one big street. Anyhow, running around without any coffee pumping through our veins was no good at all. One quick look at beanhunter later, told us that St Ali with its two time champion barista was still open! We thanked the coffee gods (maybe a bit too early) and were on our way to discover South Melbourne. Compared to previous experiences, St Ali was not what we ...

    Top 10 Quality of Life City

    A travel blog entry by yvrbhoy on Jan 18, 2015

    28 photos

    ... by-brick. We noticed metal collars on trees and learned they prevented possums from taking up residence.

    We also learned that Melbourne was the birthplace of the 8 hour day. Although the idea originated in New Lanark, Scotland (OF COURSE!) in 1817, it was established in 1856 by Melbourne stonemasons and is memorialized by Eight Hour Day monument at the corner of Victoria and Russell ...