BEST WESTERN Wheelers Hill International

Address: 242 Jells Road, Melbourne, Victoria, 3150, Australia | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 242 Jells Road, Melbourne, is near Ritidian Point, Myer, Redbank Winery, and Morack Golf Course.
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Planned Location - Iceland

A travel blog entry by johndekker on Jan 26, 2015

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... Lagoons

  • Black Sand Beaches
  • Erupting Volcanos with raging lava flows (Holuhruan has been erupting since September)
  • Wild Canyons
  • Fierce flowing glacial rivers
  • Dramatic coastlines

  • and so much more.

    We have 2 4WD Suzuki Vitari's booked with CB radio's at the ready with the plan to self-drive to many of these awe-inspiring places. Certainly we will go to ...

    Home again

    A travel blog entry by katw_9 on Jan 03, 2015

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    Watched the New Year's fireworks from our room. Probably not as good as being there but far more comfortable and I was able to go straight to sleep when they were finished instead of schleping across London to get home! Packed up in the morning of New Year's Day and got a taxi to Heathrow Hilton T4 for our final night. We caught the bus to Kingston from Hatton Cross for old times sakes and that really brought home why we left. It was such a grey, ...

    Riddle Creek Scout Camp

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Dec 05, 2014

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    ... for parking.

    It is just a 35 minutes drive to Riddle Creek and our camp for the night at Tree Tops Scout Camp. Only $14 for unpowered or $20 for powered. We don't need powered, so unpowered it was. This is a lovely campsite, roos everywhere.

    We spent the afternoon getting all the shuffled gear from the other day and started filling up the bags. Allowance was 23 kg for the checked in luggage. 7kg for the carry on luggage. ...

    Our time in Japan

    A travel blog entry by whitters_steveo on Nov 30, 2014

    ... the food. Oh my, the food was so so good. With the exception of pickled plums, I will miss all the Japanese food. Miso soup is just not the same in Melbourne. When I asked Stephen what was his favourite thing about japan, he couldn't think of anything in particular because the loved it all. He says probably the food, specifically the sushimi and deep fried chicken skin skewers. And koyasan. And the imperial palace. We pretty much loved it all! (Except the cod balls skewer...) ...

    Melbourne

    A travel blog entry by kata.geoff on Oct 21, 2014

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    ... were breath taking! The 12 apostles or more like 7 now are large limestone rocks that were once apart of the cliff side but water had slowly separated them from it. It was very windy so we got back on the road. On the way home we saw a kangaroo! It was small and it was only there for second but we finally saw our first one. For dinner that night Kata stayed home and had toast and cheese and tea. And I went out with Chris for a dinner at a cafe on the ocean ...