How has this motel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Parkville Motel
TripAdvisor Reviews Parkville Motel Melbourne
Travel Blogs from Melbourne
... Nonetheless, here we go.
It took me about 2 weeks to get a job after landing in Melbourne. I had a few phone backs etc, but largely, it wasn't as easy as people make it out to be. There are so many scams/commission only/pyramid scheme jobs that try and get you hooked but after wading through those, I managed to find a job at a warehouse doing general storeman duties but also with lots of computer stuff and sales which is quite cool. Or it would be if the ...
... will make a very pleasant change and helps to bring about a sense of normality. Jen is very thankful to have help from mum and dad MacG over the coming two weeks, especially with packed lunches, nightly home learning and all round sanity.
Thank you for sharing this great adventure with us and for your lovely, supportive and funny comments as we made our way to Melbourne and commenced the settling in process.
Love to you all, Matt, Jen, Sarah & Emma xxx
... and then couldn't get the card machine to work. We managed to pay him and wished him well on his first day. I think he was happy to have us as his first customers as we were very amenable & tried to help him out. All our bags were checked through to London and it was very quick and easy to get through to the waiting area. We waited patiently for the flight to be called and enjoyed the fact that we were finally on our way! The flight to Melbourne was easy ...
... Australian stereotype. It feels very European so far. The area we are in (just off Brunswick St) is full of boutique shops and cafes. The weather is no warmer than we’ve been having recently in N.Z. (arguably colder) but one main difference is there are people. Lots of people. N.Z has made us forget what busy places are like, not sure we like it any more!
After checking into our hostel (The Nunnery) we didn’t do much other than browse ...
SECOND STOP MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA
During the late 60's my Mum's eldest Brother (Clifford) and his wife and 4 sons and one and only sister (Margaret) and husband emigrated to Melbourne, Australia. Over many years the family has grown and one by one they have returned to the homeland to trace their roots. Mum has also made numerous trips to Australia but Brother Peter and I have never managed to take the leap. This is going to be ...