Quest on Bourke
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuest on Bourke Melbourne
As this is my first night, I can't really speak to a lot, but what I have seen is very nice. especially the spa!
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Well made it to Melbourne with only a couple of bumps on landing... the breeze here today was kind of insane and as the wheels touched ground we wiggled and jiggled a bit but all in all a good flight.
Jetbus as always was great - however the driver did seem to have an unusual on-again-off-again relationship with the accelorator. Waiting …
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... to be leaving. We have had the time of our lives here in Australia and met so many amazing people and made new friends from all over the globe. It is an experience that has taught us so much about ourselves and the life we live. We have so many plans of where to travel to next and so many people we would love to go and visit! So for now our travel is over but the adventure has truly just ...
Apologies in advance if I'm immediately coming across as Billy Big Shot, but Flinders Street Backpackers in Melbourne was a different place with us lot around. We cruised on down to the common area Saturday evening and 10 minutes later we'd recruited an extra 20 members. Half an hour later and we'd moved the party to 806, donated lots of goon to a Chinese boy and generally smashed it. People talk, and they'll be saying that was the best predrinks that went down that weekend, no ...
We arrived in Melbourne 8.00am this morning. It was a tough journey with negative attitudes on board the bus. A miserable driver who treated us more like cargo than passengers. It was a difficult 12 hours stuck in chairs with seats fully reclined ahead of us giving poor Nathan no leg room! With only one stop at 3.00am to stretch out from such crampt conditions. We were happy to get just 4 hours sleep. There was a sigh of relief when we were freed to leave the bus ...