Amora Hotel Riverwalk Melbourne
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... called the bay of islands,next was the bay of martyrs where aborigines jumped to their death,then it was London Bridge which unfortunately did fall down with two people stranded on it,followed by the Loch Ard gorge ,scene of a tragic shipwreck and heroic rescue of one female which was also next door to the Razorback,a thin slice of rock and then the final stop was at the twelve apostles which give their name to this stretch of coast. We had lunch in Apollo Bay,a pretty seaside ...
... city. As it is school holidays there were a number of surfers on the waves and 'Bell's Beach' was close as there was an big surfing competition on. It is close to the village of Torquay where Ripcurl, Quick Silver, Billabong, Roxy and a number of other internationally know surf wear and equipment manufacturers got their start just like Bill Gates in their garage but using their ...
... produce at the Queen Victoria Market, picked up some excellent fresh bread (even gluten free!) at markets and bakeries, and had an excellent Vietnamese dinner at a hole-in-the-wall thanks to the guidance of our friend Simon. We worked with Simon for a month at The Villa in Picton, and he’s now working here in Melbourne; he’s been working doubly hard these past few days showing us around and buying us gelato. ...
... as we had paid in full in advance! We managed to keep remarkably calm in the circumstances and they finally agreed that we were entitled to a room and would get one. Not sure where they will get it from, considering the hotel is apparently full! Never mind, what will be will be, and they gave us a free (large) glass of wine each so who cares?! We sat in the rather stately lounge drinking our wine and booking tours for the rest of the week ...
... rude if I didn't have a quick play on Pro Evo 2004 (back when it was good!). The Victoria Police Museum gave an interesting insight into the infamous story of Ned Kelly while I thoroughly enjoyed the tour of the Parliament of Victoria. Built during the gold rush, the two debating chambers are absolute breathtaking and have got to be up there with some most spectacular architecture I've seen. And something weird happened both parts of the National Gallery of Victoria (yes ...