Quest Alphington

Address: 35 Coate Avenue, Melbourne, Victoria, 3078, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Fairfield area of Melbourne, is near Australian Wine Tour Company, Lygon Street, Bridge Road, and Natural Treasures Tour.
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    Marvellous Melbourne!

    A travel blog entry by holtyboy on May 03, 2015

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    ... and then onto Williamstown for the evening. So with an 0530 alarm set for Monday morning it was time for bed on my last night in Australia. Nigel made sure I was on the 0634 Metro train into the city before catching the bus to Melbourne airport and my flight to Perth with Virgin Australia departing at 0915. I would like to say a big thank you to Nigel, Jeff, Nadine and the staff at the Puffing Billy Railway for hosting me in Melbourne. It was a wonderful and very memorable few ...

    Part 1: The Wonderful Country of Oz

    A travel blog entry by fednskutes on Apr 06, 2015

    ... allowed us to stay in a corner of the casino until they closed at 5AM. We felt honoured, but we still had 4 hours to go.

    So we went back to our soon-to-be hotel. We sat on stairs, got questioned by multiple people, almost got yelled at by an angry tenant due to another young couple's room's issues, and paced multiple circles. Fun-Tastic!

    9AM rolls around, and finally we get into our room. Now for the next 3 days, we secured ourselves into our room for fear ...

    World's first EDGE Experience

    A travel blog entry by gothard on Apr 01, 2015

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    ... some ‘Pink Lady’ apples which are my favourite Australian apple.

    Back to the Hostel to relax before the long drive back to Sydney tomorrow so I can have a night’s sleep at Dee Why before Edwin’s 2nd birthday party at Hornsby on the Saturday where I will also catch up again with Chris and Katie who has flown in from Perth for ...

    Exploring Melbourne

    A travel blog entry by expendabelles on Feb 27, 2015

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    ... the Eureka Skydeck where you could look out over the city of Melbourne. It's the tallest tower in Melbourne and we went on the 'Edge' which is basically a glass room which moves out of the building on the 88th floor - the floor beneath you turns from frosted glass to clear glass so you can look straight down beneath you. Saff wasn't the biggest fan. We went to bed reasonably early as we're still jetlagged and tired. ...

    "It's all made in China anyway."

    A travel blog entry by cjgs1430 on Jan 25, 2015

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    ... the Anglican church, the bells were chiming, reminding us that it was Sunday and solidifying the fact that we had lost a day in our travels. We passed the Town Hall, which contains Melbourne’s largest organ and stretches from Collins Street to Little Collins Street. Melbourne is laid out on a grid, and the East/West streets follow an alternating pattern of big street/little street. The big streets were all 90’ across because in 1837, when the city was laid out, that is ...