Your new home away from home is at the Paris end of the city, It's in one of the oldest, most infamous buildings in Melbourne near Parliament House -- Also free tram network within the CBD. So many restaurants and theaters and China Town at your door step literally.
You'll love the fun hanging chairs and very generous with the room size compared to other apartments. Your palace is perfect for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families (with kids).
Your space is unique. It's in one of Melbourne's oldest buildings with a rich heritage history. It has a swimming pool downstairs, (good for summer) and two inhouse cafes - one offering big breakfasts, the other offering home-cooked french pastries. The apartment is over spacious compared to other places in Melbourne and has two hanging chairs that are just for fun.
Ask at the Airport information counter where to catch the STAR BUS from. Tell STAR BUS driver you want to disembark at Gordon House in Little Bourke St. Keycode to enter building is 1478#. Walk through entrance foyer. Cross over the bridge under the Palm Tree. Cross over to the swimming pool bridge. At the end of that bridge, catch lift to fourth floor. Follow corridor to left. Unit 53 is first apartment on left.
I love helping guests find their feet in Melbourne. I live across the hallway and I'm happy to help with anything from where to buy your groceries (downstairs) to how to catch a tram (free within Melbourne.) Just ask. I will welcome the opportunity to make your acquaintance.
Gordon House is a friendly building so when you pass people in the building, we like to nod and smile at each other.
I live across the hallway in unit 58 so please drop in to introduce yourself. Bring a cup or a jug and collect your fresh milk or anything else you think you might require, at the same time. Sincerely looking forward to meeting you.
No smoking in the apartment and respectful behaviour towards others.
Please be careful with hanging chairs. They are not indestructible and will break if you repeatedly bang into the wall for fun.
I like to leave some food in the fridge for guests - there is some vegemite for my international guests to try, sometimes I leave bottles of water and there are other bits and pieces that I think might be convenient if you wish to do your own cooking. Please do not be offended by this food. Be assured the fridge has been cleaned before you arrived. The food is simply there as my way of welcoming you to Melbourne.
The apartment has recently been renovated and I am still fitting it out. I have some lovely towels and sheets, but not enough, just yet, so if you happen to luck out and get some lesser quality towels, just let me know, I usually have the nice ones still in a dryer that can be made available on request.
Apologies in the meantime.
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I've always been a bit of a gypsy, living in all sorts of different locations and places, from penthouses to acreage, suburbia to beachfront and even on boats and in caravans. Now that the kids and ex have all grown up and left home, and the family dog has died, I've finally put down roots in the cutest little apartment in the heart of the city, where I work from home in the digital marketing space, and dream of becoming a guide-dog puppy sponsor. Until then, I look forward to showing you your room and maybe hearing a bit about you in return.