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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Back to da big city via the ocean road

A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Mar 19, 2015

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... but all of a sudden I was surounded by staff from the cafe. They were asking if I was okay...they were apologising all over the place and told me they have problems with aggressive pan handlers all the time and to watch me bag. No worries I told em all was cool. So watched the entertainment for a while...chilled and decide time to crash. Was a pretty good the Lakes idea what that means.


"No-one Saves Us But Ourselves" - Buddha

A travel blog entry by emiliebidaine on Feb 24, 2015

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... process begins as I squat in the neighbour's apartment.

Everything is back in order at number 12, Peel St. But I can smell something. It isn't nice. It also isn't the grotty backpacker leftovers. Snif snif...snif snif snif...ah. Christopher had apparently left a blob of yucky poo next to the sofa some days earlier and someone had managed to drag a chair through it leaving it to dry out and encrust itself into the chair leg...and the floor. Words can't describe my emotions.

A walk in the Park

A travel blog entry by jimhorrox on Feb 22, 2015

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... viewing was rather disrupted by the very many posing Chinese who as ever appear everywhere..

Captain Cook's Cottage was brought from its' original setting near Harrogate and rebuilt in this park and looked very much 'English' in the setting complete with a traditionally dressed Mrs Cook (Chinese lady!)

Glenna has kindly taken on my cold so on our walk back to the hotel, avoiding the hundreds of Indian cricket ...


A travel blog entry by mariannedave15 on Feb 03, 2015

12 comments, 7 photos

... with 23.5 carat gold. Gold was apparently discovered in Victoria a
week after it became independent from New South Wales in the 1800s!

We then took a tram to Docklands Melbourne Marina which moors
expensive looking yachts. Melbourne is a vibrant city and one where, probably if we had ...

Mornington Peninsula, more penguins and Melbourne

A travel blog entry by milskii on Jan 29, 2015

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... s seat and had the most magnificent view of the peninsula and its beaches, really stunning. You could also see the skyline of Melbourne in the background. We stopped off on one of the beaches for a bit of a paddle before heading over to Philip Island to see the penguins coming in from a days fishing. I had thought that the penguins in New Zealand were amazing, but the number of penguins that crossed the beach at Philip Island was far greater. Around ...