How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuest Flemington Melbourne
Its de ja vu all over again. Stayed here about 10 years ago on another road trip through France. Nothing different
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... hope to get a trip into Broome soon.
How am I going to cope going back to work? That;s really scary.
Anyway, the last day was pretty mundane. My audio book finished after five minutes so I had to listen to the same old music. Although we had a large selection of music, after being in the car so long it does get repetitive. The GPS chose a bad route so the distance was less than I thought. Only 831 ...
... couple of minutes from our hotel. On Sunday we met with Andrew, our friends son who has just moved from London. We had a good catch up as he undertook a similar journey to us about 12 months ago and it was good to hear his plans for his career and time in Melbourne. We visited St Kilda beach which is 20 mins from the city by tram and could see how this could be attractive on a summers evening after work. Also visited Lygon Street with its varied restaurants and bars and we had ...
... planned on visiting the Conservatory in the gardens as I didn't expect it to be open, but the flower displays inside were spectacular so well worth the brief visit.
Then it was only 100 metres to Captain Cooks cottage. For those that are not aware, this is not a replica, but the ...
... up early to watch the Champions League final with Jackson. Due to the match going to extra-time and our desire to watch it all, the drive to the airport was a bit more hectic than anticipated. But many thanks to J and Nicole for putting me up then getting me there on time. You guys are legends! I got on my red-eye flight to Adelaide for the start of 3 weeks travelling the country I had called home for the previous 18 months. Adelaide was nothing to write home about, so I ...
... I'll betray someone (yes, I realise this sounds very dramatic), and that places a huge burden on my heart.
That being said, I've made some very good friends here - people that I know I'll be friends with for my whole life, and that comforts me. That makes it a little bit easier for me to leave, because it's not going to be a 'goodbye'.. it's a 'see you later'. I really don't want to do this but what I have at ...