Lyall Hotel And Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLyall Hotel And Spa Melbourne
This is great place to stay especially if more then a few days. Location is handy and only 3 train stops from Federation Square. Excellent amenities, rooms are immaculate and the staff go beyond and above.
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... AND the home of his wife...which was down the street...literally! Don't know how long they were married, but it is speculated it was a long time and the separate addresses could have been the reason why! HA!! (Pictures to come) This stop, Treasury Gardens. Also quite lovelay. Here there is a museum that was once the original treasury office of Melbourne. We were told that during the gold rush, $90 million dollars per week was mined in Melbourne!! It was ...
... now we are on this side of the world. Matt on the other hand went for a trip into Melbourne to look around and enjoyed a lovely meal with his sister Rach, brother-in-law Mike and had a few cuddles with his nephew James.
Come on Melbourne, don't got backwards...show us the lovely warm days you like you gave us on day 1.
Cheers, The Berrys
... till Friday work hard, and relax more. On Friday it changes a little bit. That one beer after work becomes two, three, four... And this Friday my boss decided to do an after work drink! I went to a bar next to the bakery and had some drinks with my colleages. After we went to have dinner in a Vietnamese noodle bar called " what the pho". The name has two meanings. Pho is a Vietnamese noodle or soup ( I think the beer let me forgot the ...
... pint a half before the jet lag kicked in and I found myself back in bed for about 8pm. The plan was to nap and go back down around 10ish when it was supposed to be busier, but when I then woke up at 2.30 in the morning, I realised I'd missed my chance. So, I went for yet another shower, piled on the cream and sat up reading for another hour. Finally managed to drift off again about 3.30 and got up again at 7.30. So, this morning I've managed to go for a run around ...
... lot about how Australia in its youth was very pro British and highly racist towards Anyone else particularly the Chinese. They also had recreated the cabin conditions of the first boats that had brought people over in the wooden cramped boat hulls that stank of **** and sweat apparently as well as a wooden hole for a toilet with sound effects of people squeezing one out but most people back then either didn't know how to use one ...