BEST WESTERN PLUS The Travel Inn Hotel
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Last stop in OZ melbourne southbanks lovely flinders street and boat trip to williamstown
... a cruise on the Yarra River. Went to Dandenong Ranges National Park this is where they have a 1000 step climb to the top.
Had a morning at St Kilda beach and also went to the Botanical Gardens in Melbourne. Sunday the 26Th October Tracey had organised a trip to Williamstown wine and cheese tasting there were 10 of us but the warehouse was ...
... reusable vase. The house looked great and all seemed good, apart from two nice Dutch box plants at the front door that had died from lack of water and a big deep set of scratches on the front panel of my car, thanks to a pole jumping out at Megan in the shopping centre car park. Ah well, we were so happy the kids had kept the place great, including Miss Holly. I had an amazing 'crazy' hello welcome from her that's for sure. ...
... last minute and having little idea of what is actually in their check-in luggage; 2) parking an eternity away in the long term car park and not allowing sufficient time to catch the shuttle bus to the terminal. In their rush they may also have neglected to take note of where they have parked, but that won't become apparent until they return from their time away; 3) arriving late for check-in where they will queue for ages only to find their check-in luggage is overweight - they ...
... city has a constant stream of events and activities going on. The National Comedy Festival was on, and off we went to see one of the funniest guys on the slate. The city also offers free walking tours, which turned out to be fantastic. The guide was a volunteer who had lived many places and knew his country well – instead of encouraging us to go to the typical tower ...