Dandenong Motel Melbourne

Address: 147 Princes Highway , Dandenong, Victoria, 3174, Australia | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel, located on 147 Princes Highway , Dandenong, is near Ritidian Point, Myer, Myuna Farm, and Dandenong Market.
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Dandenong Forest

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Oct 25, 2014

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... for a walk through the forest and could hear them calling as we went but had no more close up sightings.

The path led to Sherbrooke Falls between tree ferns, sassafras and mountain ash, some of them up to 200 years old; the trees were most impressive, unlike the falls themselves which should really have been called Sherbrooke Trickles with the lack of flowing water. No matter, the way was very attractive and we could hear the screaming ...

Mini Stampede

A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Oct 01, 2014

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... gazillion dogs. We saw a little dog show and saw some competitive dog grooming. The poor dogs looked ridiculous. The show was interesting though because most of the dogs would do about half of the course and then get bored. One tried to hide in a tunnel thing that they had to go through and another kept sliding down the ramp it was supposed to climb.

In addition to the animals, there was a wood chopping competition and some market stall type things. The arts ...

Give your address and you get something in return!

A travel blog entry by nathalievinckx on Aug 10, 2014

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... invented in that year. So imagine it starts at 1806 till now.... There is a HUGE offer of cocktails!!! I ordered a cocktail, it was so expensive and so little that every tiny sip i took, would have cost me 1$. After we went to cookie bar. I loved this bar from the first music. You got three levels. Level 1 is a restaurant that turns into a bar with a DJ playing some funky beats. Level 2 is the place to be if you like to train ...

Acceptance and reality

A travel blog entry by bigisland on Jun 21, 2014

... was something I thoroughly enjoyed. Fourth - volcanoes Fifth - Scenery - being away from four walls of home, seeing the sea - the sea is healing too I reckon. and Sixth - surprising myself by on initial arrival detesting the commercialisation of Waikiki but on staying where we stayed the hospitality, friendliness and atmosphere of where we were was a real bonus. ...

Up the Dandenongs

A travel blog entry by anelson_82 on May 14, 2014

... of the cars rushing past.

I make my way to the infamous Miss Marples café so that I can at least dry out with a decent pot of tea, only to be told that because I’m on my own it’s going to be a 45 minute wait until they can seat me. The ruddy cheek of it! I’ve been standing in line for 15 minutes just to be told I have to wait another 45?! Scandalous! I walk out in a huff only to come face to face with a young Chinese ...