Comfort Inn Mahogany Park

110 Sladen St., Cranbourne, Victoria, 3977, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 110 Sladen St., Cranbourne, is near Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne, St Kilda Adventure Playground, and Western Cultural and Heritage Tourism.
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    A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Mar 24, 2014

    ... announces we are in a queue for take off and he estimates another fifteen minutes. Then he says it will be another twenty. Eventually we take off over an hour late. The pilot promises to try to catch up some time on route and in fact in the end of the day we land only about half an hour after the scheduled landing time.

    Even though it is a short flight we have large, fully reclining seats. The tray folds out of the arm rest and even then there is ...

    Scuba diving..

    A travel blog entry by ri-ri on Mar 17, 2014

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    ... all and he said I did very well! So he said I was a natural and even offered to drive me to this surf beach he knows, so when we arrived there were huge waves, we both went down and gave it our all, we were surfing for at least two or three hours just having an amazing time.
    We finally left and he gave me his phone number and said " before you leave give me a buzz if you want to go again "

    After we finally ...

    At Her Majesty's Pleasure

    A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Feb 19, 2014

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    ... Australian: plenty of wit and a heathy dose of sarcasm. He also seemed to be obsessed with shopping, bars and restaurants. Still, it got us around most of the city. We got off at the Eureka building, Melbourne's highest tower, for the great view. The day was a bit cloudy but the view was pretty good. You saw the CBD clearly and the MCG and Rod Laver arena very clearly. We didn't fancy the glass walk. We next got off ...

    Day 10 27.01.14

    A travel blog entry by daryl-sophie14 on Jan 27, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... Aussie Rules Footie Stadium! It's quite a place all just off the bank of the Yarra River! After a good couple hours or so we jumped back on the tram and got off at Federation Square for a quick nosey and we saw St. Paul's cathedral. We got back on the tram and circled the rest of the route until we got back to our stop (checking out where all the hotspots where for the next few days) before heading back to Tune! Shower. ...

    Melbourne Cup

    A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Jan 22, 2014

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    ... am looking forward to. Not too much else to report so far. Life is good, but I need a job. So far, I am learning that physio is really not a good choice of career to travel with! Oops. Anyways, in the mean time I am enjoying the Australian summer although it is no longer hot. Tonight it is supposed to drop to 13 degrees and it is about 24 during the day. Not bad, but certainly not as good as the other week! I am back to pants and a sweatshirt! Everyone else is in shorts and a ...