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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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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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... rural city with lots of parks and gardens giving off a European feel. Being Autumn with cooler temperatures (early twenties), we could easily have been strolling around a leafy city in Europe.
It certainly doesn’t feel (or look) like your typical Australian city. It’s the small touches – a Victorian lamp-post here, a stone lion there, and the beautiful old trams still serving the free ...
... her ability to fit into small spaces. The time soon came for Ra to leave, and a bunch of us saw him off. It seems strange, having only been here two weeks, but it definitely feels as though we've been a part of something. I look back over photos from Australia so far and it seems great. At times I wasn't so sure, and I still think the best part about being here is the people I've met, but Melbourne has treated us well, and Ra leaving somewhat feels like the end of an epic, if not short, ...
... koala bear less trees. That is an inside joke...Larry was always trying to take photos in the Galapagos of Darwin's finches but his photos were mostly finch-less tree branches. So there were koala bear signs, but like the elk on the Vancouver Island highway never to be seen.
Today is the last day of summer here so the overall impression of the drive down is one of autumn with dusty green trees and gold coloured ...
... unnoticed as was common for the immigrants from Asia in Melbourne at the time. I could find no record of a divorce or or any children for them. Her father John Schnellan Pfeil’s first bakery in Prahran was mentioned in several articles and ads and their house on Victoria St (or, perhaps a lying-in hospital?) was listed as the place where a healthy daughter was born and ...
... and Sausages along with a salad made for a delicious first supper down under. Cooper then showed me his Skylander's game. Then after a bit of TV, it was time for bed. Surprisingly, I made it to 11 my first night before crashing.
No rest for the weary, I was up at 6:45 this morning to get ready and catch the Tram into the city with Gordo. I spent the day walking around seeing as much as I possibly could. I walked over 28,000 steps on my ...