I need to rent a service apartment this december where I'm able to have my own kitchen so that I can cook, don't wish to stay in a B&B cos my family will be going to melbourne as well. Therefore, I need a 3 bedroom service apartment.
Do anyone know of any apartments, either in the city/st kilda or caulfield?
me jus booked the qantas domestic tic (one way) from sydney to melbourne for $71 per pax....they will always have "red alerts"....watch out for them and book immediately via net....me booked for trip in May 2003. restrictions are no change in passenger names, flight date and time.
for good apt in melbourne go for quest on bourke or fairfax (4.5*)...get it "last minute" and u pay abt $130 per nite...
Yah, qantas red alerts are on the qantas au website only. not availalbe at airport.
No no, must get your domestic flights booked in advance, so they get sold out quite quickly esp those morning and evening flights.
dun worry if you don't get the red alert promotional tickets. the normal price tickets are only abt $15 more expensive. dun panic .... red alert tickets are limited to eg 20 tickets per flight .... the rest of the normal price tickets are still available.
Jas & gracious, i think accomodation in St Kilda is alot cheaper.
Its relatively near town, & its well served by trams and buses.
Even if you were to park, the parking charges there are alot cheaper.
Sorry, i dun have any specific hotels / motels to recommend coz i stayed with relatives. But if u really must, Bayview in Melb city is quite affordable. 3* star hotel at abt A$130 per room per night. Located right smack in town.
Hi Cody! yeah you are rite man! It was well worth braving the cold! Every scenic drive, we went.. checked out almost all of them.. except the arch & gorge? we missed that cos camera batt flat.. we quickly drove to Port Campbell.. reloaded it, then continued.. did not turn back for that arch & gorge after that...
The grampians - the balcony.. the pinnacles - Wow!! It was so nice to trek to the various look out points oso.. imagine how thrilling it was to see wild koalas while we trek! hee hee!! Lucky the sun came out when we were at the grampians and ballarat!
Did not manage to go to Richmond.
spent too much time at the outskirts.. only checked out the city centre, st kilda.. south melb (but nothing.. south melb market was closed. so was queen victoria mkt when we wanted to go buy stuffs from there!)
Drove along tookah road.. alot of shops there huh! but din get to do much shopping, as we were rushing to wartirna south to visit some frens.
On the whole, it was fun. Will want to go back again... and again..
Hi Sep03, i got this from the priceline website. I guess this means cannot lor. Cant book to SYD then return trip back from MEL. Hope it helps...
One-way or multi-city travel
Currently, all tickets sold through Priceline must be for return travel between 2 cities. While your flights may be routed via a connecting city, you are not permitted to "stop over" or stay in that city.
Hi all...how exciting. I'm planning for a trip in springtime too say between end aug to mid oct. I'm sooo greedy leh..want to go Mel and Syd..yet can only spare 12 days in all. 6 days each not enuf hor?
While in Mel, did anyone go to the Yarra Village or something. It's where all the wineries are. It sounded nice when i surfed the websites.
oh.. no wonder. i really don't like MAS especially on long flights. their service sucks! i even had to give way to a flight attendant once while going to the bathroom. she actually gave me a "tsk" and a "can you get out of my way" face.