Carlton Terrace

Address: 196-198 Drummond Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3053, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Carlton area of Melbourne, is near Melbourne Museum, Old Melbourne Gaol, Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens, and City Square.
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      Dubai to Melbourne - QF10

      A travel blog entry by davidbell on Oct 30, 2014

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      Today is : Thursday October 30, 2014
      The Weather was : about 21 degrees in the aircraft.
      Today’s main activities were : Transit Home
      Today is : Friday October 31, 2014

      Arrived at Dubai near midnight and were herded into a waiting pen for an hour before boarding a Qantas flight for Melbourne.It was a long leg to Dubai and more to come... Feeling a bit tired and looking forward to premium economy - what ever that means.
      Well ...


      A travel blog entry by gowerexplorers on Oct 28, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... there was an unusually high concentration of students in the area
      and unfortunately for us and the students the Royal Exhibition Building was
      being used for them to sit end of year examinations, so we never managed to see
      inside the building or the documents recording the Federation of the Australian
      nation state. So instead we made our way back to the city via the ‘long way’,
      walking through Carlton and Fitzroy Gardens and passed the ...

      Behind the bookcase

      A travel blog entry by gaelstigant on Oct 16, 2014

      8 photos

      ... all pulled back to reveal an array of buzzing cafés, serving world class coffee and mouthwatering breakfasts to this city of coffee addicts. Melbourne seems to take great pride in being Australia's capital of culture. It is rammed with museums, art galleries, theatres, independent shops and food and drink from all over the world. The big screen in Federation Square, the central hub, details dozens of events and activities taking place around the CBD and beyond every day. ...

      A day at the Royal Melbourne Show

      A travel blog entry by pablop on Sep 27, 2014

      39 photos

      ... etc), anything to get mums and dads to fork out with their $$$.

      Carnival alley is naturally a loud and bustling area, but as it was early, some of the more adventurous rides weren't getting a great deal of custom. This would pick up later in the day as the older kids and teenagers arrived after their Saturday morning sleep-in.

      Some of the ...

      Made it home! Loved our 16 week journey together.

      A travel blog entry by jennyv on Sep 15, 2014

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... br>
      "Is there a proper and rightful place for the original peoples of Australia in the nation created from their ancestral lands?"

      He spoke of Prime Ministers over the years who had visited Arnhem Land, and how they did not listen –their minds were on other things. A long way to go………

      Finally, a reflection on how a physical journey has taken me to new levels of learning –about ...