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TravelPod Member ReviewsTravelodge Docklands Melbourne
My boyfriend and I stayed at the Travelodge and even though the rooms weren't decked with high end things, it was exactly what we needed. Would highly recommend for young couples who are on a budget :)
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Denis bed & pillow rating 10/10! Up at 4.15am having a cuppa & a chat ..... So goes jet lag...... Breakfast at Southern Cross then taxi to see our grand babies... And others, of course :) Ryan dropped us off to Flinders Street to catch train home to Drouin. Arrived 1.30pm. Walked in the sunshine to Albert Road. Good to be home.
Australia Day rocks! Having woken up after a good sleep I faced clear blue skies and sunshine on the other side of my hotel curtains. Feeling refreshed I headed out to the National Museum Australia. A 45minute walk later through Canberra's virtually deserted Sunday morning streets found me outside the museum. The building itself was architecturally …
... at Virgin Australia Melbourne.
Oops, my code share airline Delta have inadvertently left one leg of my original departure date on my itinerary - Melbourne to Los Angeles, leaving on the 24th May. Today is the 17th.
Without seeking assistance from a superior (perhaps little miss 25 year old is as high as it goes?), she decides that the computer overrides any common sense and denies me boarding until a new itinerary is ticketed. ...
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A family of 3 boys
plus mum and dad dropped in and ended up staying for an hour or so for a glass of wine while all the kids chased kangaroos and waved sticks around. They were from the Netherlands (the family, not the kangaroos), but live in Jakarta and decided a 2-week trip driving in a van with 3 boys from Sydney to Adelaide would be a great idea.
Couple of early camping ...
... cold drizzle, checked into our travel lodge next door to the eureka skydeck on southbank and visited a loud Irish pub for dinner. Dad being his usual eccentric self wore a bright red jumper and tweed jacket which got a funny reaction from some funny locals who just started screaming at him "LOVE IT!" meanwhile some fat bald drunk guy tried to entice mum over for a drink with him by half heartedly looking through his eyebrows and wiggling his finger at her. Good start to ...