Mercure North Melbourne
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure North Melbourne
Very enjoyable stay at the end of three weeks on the road, good size room, bathroom was a little small, but overall good. Restaurant was pleasant serving good food, bit over priced, but this maybe because I don't usually eat dinner at hotel restaurant when travelling. Also it was a bit of a walk into Melbourne, but that was more to do with me not having a transit card for the local system and not being in a free travel zone.
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Not buying into the hype
I have heard alot about how good Melbourne is, but I was not see any of during my stay. This could be for a number of reasons;
The fact I've been to Europe
Or I've seen a number of former British Colonial cities
Or people that talk about Melbourne are buying into the hype, and I didn't
For me it …
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