Peppers Delgany Portsea

Point Nepean Road, Portsea, Victoria, 3944, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Point Nepean Road, Portsea, is near London Bridge, Portsea Back Beach, and Waterworld.
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A travel blog entry by ellieburrows on Apr 03, 2014

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We were greeted by Pip on our arrival back into Melbourne on Sunday evening and she drove us back to they're lovely newly renovated crib in Sandringham for steak night! We were pretty tired so then crashed out! Monday morning I was lazy, went to lunch at one of Pips friends houses, saw her adorable new baby! We then went to see another of pips friends, very sociable afternoon! That evening Pip, Trev, Robin, Carolyn and I went down to the beach huts ...

Endless love and gopro camera

A travel blog entry by froda on Feb 21, 2014

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... movie that was on the right time was endless love... I don't want to be too mean, but people without a boyfriend or a girlfriend should probably not watch it.. It was just way to much love!! But I had a good time anyway. Tuesday was a good day! Finally warm weather. Sammy, Bridget and I went to the beach and it was really nice. Bridget was wearing her new hat from India... It was pretty cool and had a neck protector. She also ...

Drive to Portsea

A travel blog entry by ian-tracey on Dec 14, 2013

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I drive today down the Mornington Peninsula. Leaving Frankston, we headed through Hastings, Shoreham, and Flinders. We went to have a look at a blowhole, but had to walk down a far way, so gave it a miss.

Continuing on, we went out to Cape Schanck, ...

Meandering to the Metropolis of Melbourne...

A travel blog entry by dinanna on Oct 26, 2013

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... see us and he whisked us onto a tram and off to a local Argentinian restaurant where we sat up at the bar watching all the chefs at work as all the tables were fully booked. An awesome meal of chargrilled lamb, beef and ribs with assorted veggies and condiments which we shared over a few glasses of red wine. We also shared a train home as far as Footscray where we had to change trains for Williamstown. Friday October 25th At least the shower was hot at Hobo's Bay caravan ...

Hot springs, crumbling forts and Aussie Footy

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on May 18, 2013

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... it off. We continued on to Point Nepean National Park at the very tip of the peninsula which was originally a quarantine station and army base. Mornington Peninsula National Park covers the dramatic sliver of coastline between Portsea and Cape Schanck, where rugged ocean beaches are framed by cliffs and bluffs. En-route we got a very exciting text from Emma that she was engaged to Las! ...