British Apartments

Address: 168 Arden Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the North Melbourne area of Melbourne, is near Queen Victoria Market, Flagstaff Gardens, Station Pier, and Ian Potter Classics and Archaeology Collections.
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      Leaving Melbourne

      A travel blog entry by tyga on Oct 13, 2014

      We arrived at the airport a couple of hours before departure as we had already checked in online and only needed to drop off our bags. The check-in queue was non-existent so we went straight up to the counter and dropped our bags off. The person checking our bags in said the plane was nearly empty and said we could move to whichever seat we wanted after ...

      Life on the peninsula

      A travel blog entry by wattsy on Sep 26, 2014

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      ... again and meeting their daughter Isabella and great nephew Adrian.

      We went for a coffee, met Rose's sister, then headed to the beach. The water was quite calm, but still cold, there was a little breeze, so it dried most of the sand off my feet. After this we headed to Arthur's seat, a mountain area that is part of a national park which has stunning views of the bay. We went for a short walk to another viewpoint and to look for kangaroos, we were unlucky on the ...

      Melbourne's Great Ocean Road

      A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Sep 23, 2014

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      ... cockatoos eating coastal Heath and miles of golden yellow canola plants. Farmers alternate these with wheat to replace nitrogen in the soil. There were many large farms from Apollo Bay to Twelve Apostles. Alpacas are being raised along with sheep as alpacas will kill wild dogs and wolves. We noticed grape groves seen that sell to winery pacts. Pacts are needed as fire, drought, and frost can damage crop. More blended wines from various grape sources are becoming common. ...

      The Surprise Worth Waiting For

      A travel blog entry by tckontis on Aug 24, 2014

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      ... things on, we didn’t end up buying anything.

      We spent the afternoon going to Phillip Island with Daniel, a private guide. Phillip Island is famous for the parade of penguins, but you’ll hear more about that later! On the way, we stopped at a nature center to see many different Australian animals including koalas, emus, wallabies, kangaroos, Tasmanian devils, wombats, peacocks, and dingoes. Kangaroos ...

      AUSTRALIA Melbourne, spur of the moment

      A travel blog entry by tudyfrudy on Aug 24, 2014


      ... from an accountant. How convenient it is to have this job that you can do anytime , he is going to be a father soon. He is trying to legalise his wife and future child. Nice guy, lots of fun. The taxi driver makes me think of my brother, who also enjoyed it so much to chat with his customers and wind them up a bit every now and then. I swear I booked a hotel close to the city centre with airport shuttle. a budget hotel of course if I want to spend 2 months in this country I cannot go ...