Mercure North Melbourne
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- Tennis Court
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
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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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Arrived from my layover in Singapore, broke down in tears because so much has gone wrong recently with gadgets breaking etc, and now I realized i left my bank card in Singapore! Must have dropped it.... Fay saved my life and transferred me her last penny online so that I could get to my hostel and pay for my night stays.Very nice friendly people in the airport, taken directly to HQ Habitat ...
... got sim cards for our 2 mobiles & Zoe's IPad. Zoe's phone sim card worked after a few minutes; mine didn't, hoped it would later. Zoe had a quick hamburger at Hungry Jacks & then we thought we better go to boarding, even saw the airline steward who checked us in who recognised us & said we better run (it was about 2.45pm, plane leaves at ...
... wooden frame and makes a big difference to the feel of the room. Bhrat joined us in the evening and the three of us had some tea cooked by Vicky before watching a couple of films. In the living room there is a projector which covers one of the walls and is perfect for that cinema feel - I've no doubt that we'll get through a lot of blockbusters whilst we're living here. That will also be helped massively by Bhrat's kindness in the fact that he has lent us a laptop which he doesn't use ...
... a catch up with all the kids. Got back to R&W's around 5.30ish and was "home alone" till about 7.30ish as R&W also had a kids Birthday Day party to go to. Rest of the evening, just chilled. 13 July Lazy day, mostly spent updating this. Wendy had to work and although Raffie had a day off, he had to go into work for an important meeting for a few hours. It's been grey rainy day so had no excuse not to do my home work. Tomorrow I fly to England to catch up with my old chums Sue and ...
... showed us. So finally, on this fifth blog of Australia we bring it to a close. It is an amazing country, with ample opportunity, endless adventures, and the most extraordinary people, but we however have decided to move on to New Zealand to hopefully begin our careers as waiters, or maybe even kiwi pickers. Who knows what New Zealand has in store for us? Next time we talk, we'll be full blown kiwis. Maybe Skutes' long lost dream of sheep sheering will come true. Fed N' ...