Ibis Budget Melbourne Fawkner

Address: 1401 Hume Hwy., Melbourne, Victoria, 3060, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1401 Hume Hwy., Melbourne, is near Bendigo Art Gallery, Chocolate Mill, Queens Park, and Hume Highway.
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Albert Park & Royal Botanical Gardens

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Nov 08, 2014

68 photos

... my work. Andy announced there was a geo cache nearby, so with our next mission in mind we set off to Albert Park. Following the perimeter path, we soon discovered we were on the wrong track. Cutting across the park, past the cricket oval where practise was in play, we initially walked on by our spot. Rechecking our location, we had to turn back and I pointed where I thought it could be, with the ambiguous nano clue we had. Patrolling the pagoda we found no sign, ...

2 Hoyes & A Kangeroo! - Day 4

A travel blog entry by johoye on Oct 15, 2014

2 comments, 13 photos

... obligation to ride with us to ensure that we did not get lost. He knows the city well and would consider it an honor to be our guide! This would take him far, far out of his way, but he insisted. We acquiesced and allowed him to come. He said he would take the tour of the opera house and buy a ticket for the dinner cruise as well! WHAT?!! WHO DOES THAT? Jimmy does! In any case, true to his word Jimmy got us to the harbor without a glitch. Turns out we were fortunate ...

Made it home! Loved our 16 week journey together.

A travel blog entry by jennyv on Sep 15, 2014

2 comments, 13 photos

... 8217;. How is such destruction overcome by a race decimated by government policies? A way of life was completely fractured.

I can’t believe there’s even question marks over whether to view white settlement as an invasion. It so clearly was, and the aboriginal populations were defending their land.

While there were occasions we were privileged to meet and connect briefly with aboriginal people, these were rare. ...

Day 6 - Arrive at Melbourne 7.50 am

A travel blog entry by kennylyons on Sep 12, 2014

4 photos

... Skyping Linda and Kate to let them know I was safely in Oz with auntie and not under armed guard at Melbourne International.

We spent the rest of the day visiting family. Auntie Margaret's youngest daughter (Davina) is away on holiday and has left her eldest son (Jonny) at home in charge so we went round to see him. Then on to eldest daughter and her husband (Terry & Danny) who have just taken on a shop. ...

Melbourne Walks 3

A travel blog entry by pablop on Aug 19, 2014

64 photos

... with small size and number of displays provided. Most space was assigned to the Kelly Gang display, with the body armour of Dan Kelly and Steve Hart in the middle. The other large display was the vehicle used in the Russel St bombing, with the rest being quite minor displays of a few historic ...