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... wanted to do this is because I've always wanted to see the 12 Apostles- a bunch o rock piles. Sounds stupid I know, but it looks so majestic and beautiful! And things like that, nature things, are my fave things to do and see (ie. Great Barrier Reef, daintree river, rainforest, etc.). I again almost cried when I saw it!! It was even better than i dreamed! It looked so cool and you hear just hear and see the rough waves crashing into the remaining apostles (there's only 7). ...
... well some comprehensive info on Aussie Rules Football. They also had an interactive area that had various scenarios you could be involved in. Doug tried his luck at kicking a field goal in Aussie Rules, running out a batsman in Cricket and some archery. We even went head to head on a Cycle track but it was a draw. We got to see the cricket ground too afterwards before we headed back to Fed Square. We got some lunch at a Deli then caught the tram to Albert Park (they hold ...
... largest Italian populations in the world outside of Italy and one of the largest Greek populations outside of Greece. As such there are some really cool neighborhoods that developed around the various immigrating ethnicities (similar to Polish Hill or Bloomfield in Pittsburgh but on a larger scale). We walked around the neighborhoods of Lygon and Fitzroy and found some awesome local restaurants, bars and shops. The highlight ...
... and tons of quaint tea shops and cafes on Acland (and our!) Street! It is also home to lots of live music venues, festivals and the famous Luna Park fairground. Similar to the Coney Island fairground style and built in 1912; it still operates today and is a huge attraction for locals and tourists alike. It's rollercoaster is allegedly the oldest continuously operated in the world and its very disconcerting to see the operator riding it with ...
... with Ben Matthews who was the finalist in the Aussie Open on Monday evening, losing to the world Champion. Our opening match is against Pru McCauley, Paddy Sumner's doubles partner, in the Handicap Doubles. We get off to a flier, winning 6:3. Almost immediately we are on the other court, playing Ronald and his partner, Graham Highland. This proves a more cautious tactical affair. Having saved one match point at 5:4 by making ...
Other places to stay in Melbourne
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- Brilliant Hotel & Staff
- Pleasantly surprised....
- Uncomfortable beds
Southbank, Melbourne | 4 star hotelfrom $105
- Location, location, location
- Great Value for Money
Melbourne CBD, Melbourne | 3 star hotelfrom $93
Melbourne CBD, Melbourne | 5 star hotelfrom $234
- Westin is better
- Good location, great room
- Love it!
Melbourne CBD, Melbourne | 4 star hotelfrom $191
- We would love to go back
- Good choice for Melbourne
- Very Dissapointed
Southbank, Melbourne | 5 star hotelfrom $264
- Fantastic Stay at Crown Towers!
- Very poor
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Melbourne CBD, Melbourne | 2 star hotelfrom $81
- Great location...but...
- Watch out!! There might be a mouse in your room
- We never stay anywhere else
Arrival Drive, Melbourne Airport, Melbourne | 3 star hotelfrom $194
- Outstanding Customer Service
- Two different experiences
- Fab view of the Airport, Kept my 2 year old happy.
Melbourne CBD, Melbourne | 4 star hotelfrom $165
- Good value, pleasant stay
- Good Location, Average accomodation
- Most enjoyable
Melbourne CBD, Melbourne | 3 star hotelfrom $86
- Good location
- Worst experience ever
- Great Location
Southbank, Melbourne | 5 star hotelfrom $220
- Perfect experience
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- Great first stop
Melbourne CBD, Melbourne | 4 star hotelfrom $135
- Above average
- Will not stay here again
- My Choice Always
Melbourne CBD, Melbourne | 4 star hotelfrom $126
- Okay weekend at Oaks on Market
- A good find
- Great hotel in a Great Location
Melbourne CBD, Melbourne | 3 star hotelfrom $132
- VERY dirty and outdated
- Really nice and good location!
- Asians Beware!
South Wharf, Melbourne | 4 star hotelfrom $189
Southbank, Melbourne | 4 star hotelfrom $200
- Lovely hotel
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East Melbourne, Melbourne | 5 star hotelfrom $243
- Beyond What We Expected
- Gorgeous hotel, lousy service
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Melbourne CBD, Melbourne | 5 star hotelfrom $226
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- Not bad, but not great
Melbourne, Melbourne | 4 star hotelfrom $135
Melbourne CBD, Melbourne | 5 star hotelfrom $165
- Nice except for size and noise
- Gradually fading, but still one of the better choices
- Very unprofessional and under trained staff.
192 Wellington Parade, Melbourne | 4 star hotelfrom $168
10-14 Centre Road, Melbourne | 3 star hotelfrom $156
- Es ist ein Holiday Inn
- Comfortable Airport Hotel
- Wouldn't go back
Melbourne CBD, Melbourne | 5 star hotelfrom $236
- Great - if it's your sort of style
- What you would expect from the Westin...
- The Ultimate Melbourne hotel
Melbourne, Melbourne | 4 star hotelfrom $124
Melbourne CBD, Melbourne | 4 star hotelfrom $147
- Fabulous Location
- Best place we stayed at in Oz
- Dig It!!!
Melbourne CBD, Melbourne | 4 star hotelfrom $146
- Really good
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- Perfect holiday