Comfort Inn Mahogany Park

Address: 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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    Melbourne and comedy

    A travel blog entry by eganic on Apr 12, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... lovely fruity Shiraz from Victoria. We were called into Rice. Paper. Scissors soon enough. We shared five tapas dishes including lamb ribs, wagyu steak, duck lettuce wraps and a barramundi fillet. Unfortunately, they were all out of their delicious sounding slow cooked pork dish! I had a nice glass of Pinot noir from Victoria. The meal was very good and quite reasonable in ...

    I have walked 5000 miles...

    A travel blog entry by jackie_w on Mar 02, 2015

    ... the 1:00. I was able to walk around and do some shopping so that once the tour was done, we could be on our way. The Walk of Champions and men's change rooms were oh so cool. As was taking a seat up front in the media room (perhaps my butt sat where Rafa has! Not to mention I put my hand on his coveted locker...all stained wood and fancy looking, no metal gym lockers for these guys). The one disappointing thing was Rod Laver Arena. That is the main tennis court where ...

    The Holidays

    A travel blog entry by cortney-derek on Jan 01, 2015

    28 photos

    ... home for the break, exploring Melbourne a bit more and soak up some great days at the beach! We spent Thanksgiving picnicking on the beach with our beach towels as our blanket. It was a completely different feeling then what we are use to. Although the scenic view was beautiful we sure missed sitting around a table filled with yummy food shared with family and friends. Instead of a nice big turkey we settled for a rotisserie chicken, which was good ...

    Off to cousin Shirley and Des

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Dec 01, 2014

    This morning we headed to Marilyn and Arthur's place and picked them up in Vincent and took them to morning tea at Jindavick. More laugher, more chatter. We had a ball. Dropped them back at their home in Drouin just before mid-day.

    Then it was time for Allan and Sharon to head to Northcote. Allan had organised to get a new lens for his Nikon Camera. It is just one and a half hours from Drouin to Northcote, with a lunch break in between. Quite easy ...

    Markets and Magnificent Penguins!

    A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Nov 09, 2014

    8 photos

    It was still quite windy when we awoke on Sunday mornings (but to be honest it was still heehaw compared to Wellington). My first priority was to take Mattijs to the Queen Victoria Markets, home of everything one could possibly want, from pancakes to parrots, you name it, The Queen Vic Markets will have it. Our first priority was to have some breakfast. As part of the markets, we found a cute little Spanish café called Simply Spanish which offered breakfast with a tapas ...