Mercure North Melbourne

Address: Corner Harker Street And Flemington Road, Melbourne, Victoria, 3051, Australia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the North Melbourne area of Melbourne, is near Melbourne Museum, Queen Victoria Market, Old Melbourne Gaol, and Flagstaff Gardens.
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      Christmas?? But it's 30 degrees!!

      A travel blog entry by globetrotters15 on Dec 20, 2014

      10 photos

      ... on their speedboat for some wakeboarding. Katie as a first timer set the bar high, only having a couple of falls at the start and then cruising up the river like a pro. Abby (who had already attempted poorly at camp), gave it an average job, getting up but not for long! After another brief shot at it, Katie hit a wave hard and managed to give herself whiplash which she suffered from for a few days the poor soul, with much encouragement from ...

      Let's take the ferry

      A travel blog entry by diekleine on Nov 18, 2014

      8 photos

      ... new bookings we had booked a place on the ferry. I had heard only good things about Tasmania and so I was very excited.
      The ferry leaves the harbor in Melbourne at night and arrives in Tasmania on the next morning. You can either book a bed in a cabin or a recliner. Because of the price we had booked a recliner. If you know how to lower the seat it will be really handy for sleeping. If not then it’s going to be an uncomfy night. Finally, we got the mechanism ...

      Melbourne

      A travel blog entry by gowerexplorers on Oct 28, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... view
      the traditional parade of; cup, horses, jockeys, carriages etc, etc, a great
      party vibe. Later made our way to the South Bank area on the river and walked
      down to the Polly Woodside, an historic boat and had a nice coffee in one of
      the bars before walking down to the marina/docklands area that was similar to
      St Catherine’s Dock, London. Decided to
      walk back along South Bank where we had a nice lunch in Othello, though Andy’s
      moussaka was ...

      On our way on a very big plane

      A travel blog entry by debandalan on Aug 29, 2014

      4 comments

      Sitting here upstairs on the A380 you would never think we were on a double decker plane., for starters I can't find the stairs and the plane is packed not one spare seat but where are all the people oh that's right they are underneath us ha ha. They have us next to first class and they get all the good stuff, we don't feel that special cause we are upstairs it's still same same just a little different, good window seats though just 2 in our row with no one behind us but the exit ...

      Melbourne City Iiving

      A travel blog entry by lizzie-rascal on Aug 17, 2014

      7 photos

      ... 2pm so left my stuff and went to explore. Exploring didn't go so well, I hopped on the city circle tram and heard which stop the shops were at and hopped off! The city circle tram is a free tram service that takes you around the main streets and tells you what to do. I should have stayed on but ...... First impressions of Melbourne, more to do than Sydney, but I prefer Sydney. Yes, I'm probably biased as I know more people ...