Comfort Inn Dandenong

Address: 124-126 Princess Highway, Dandenong, Victoria, 3175, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 124-126 Princess Highway, Dandenong, is near Ritidian Point, Myer, Myuna Farm, and Dandenong Market.
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      4th week in Oz & our final week with the Ramsay's

      A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Nov 03, 2014

      121 photos

      ... us altogether. First stop was the street. The street is tiny! All the houses are lived in too but the people that live there get paid compensation for the filming so they get $28,000 a year and the street has 24/7 security worth $500,000 a year. They get paid the $28,000 for the film crews to use the street for one day a week and for the up keep of the front of their garden. The cast don't go inside the houses so the filming only takes place outside. After the street tour we headed to ...

      Dandenong Forest

      A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Oct 25, 2014

      20 photos

      It being the weekend, Paul was free to come out with us today, and we started off in the market hall at North Dandenong. The city is a huge melting pot of nationalities, with many being represented on the market stalls; I was amazed to see a stall selling peanuts, just peanuts, but with so many different varieties that I lost count at 20. We met Michael for coffee – excellent coffee and it was great to chat with ...

      Amazon Rainforest to Santiago

      A travel blog entry by kathdelia on Sep 02, 2014

      16 photos

      ... treatment but most people can't afford to stay in the hospital and unlike Australia it isn't paid for by the government, so instead they sleep out the front of the hospital and go back there each day. There are some old mattresses and blankets- and of course some dogs- out the front of the hospital for these people to sleep on. It's quite heart-breaking to think this is not even one of the poorest countries in South America and yet this is how people are forced to live. Yet I ...

      Day 3 - Jet Lag & Downtime

      A travel blog entry by rebeccacline on Jul 18, 2014

      1 photo

      ... us - as opposed to the suite we rented for two nights at the same hotel when we first arrived). We got all settled into our new rooms then went out for lunch. We ate at a Malaysian restaurant called "Mamak" on Lonsdale Street, just a block away from the hotel. We had curry, rice, a really good fried puffy bread called "Roti" and some chicken Satay with an unusually crunchy peanut sauce. I had never had ...

      Day 4: Melbourne

      A travel blog entry by caseyfmoore on May 30, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... him to be a murderer and others consider him to be a folk hero. The gaol is very old and was built in 1841. The isolation cells were so small and most prisoners got a little bed to sleep on and a blanket, a bucket as the bathroom, and a table. It was interesting to see the cells and each level of the gaol had different sizes. The prisoners there were there for silence, isolation, and punishment. Ned Kelly was hung in ...