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InterNations Melbourne:Saturday Free Gathering @Botanical Hotel

Hosted by the Melbourne Ambassadors
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Took place 2 days ago
169 Domain Road South Yarra 3141
Melbourne, Australia

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Ladies & Gentlemen,
Join us for this FREE event.
Let’s get together for a Free social gathering at a sophisticated and refined yet relaxed atmosphere.

This event is on Saturday afternoon to give all the members a chance to join and meet like-minded friends.

The Botanical Hotel, located opposite the Royal Botanic Gardens, is known for its welcoming atmosphere and fine food.
The Botanical has been around since the mid-1800s, although it's quite different these days.

Now owned by long-time restaurateur Rabih Yani, the space uses earthy dark woods, booth seats and partitioned areas with shades of toffee, caramel and blacks, and deep blues and greens out towards the back. The contemporary artwork is urban, edgy and a counterpoint to a striking but comfortable environment. Since the 1800s, Botanical Hotel has been a pillar of South Yarra's hospitality scene.

Looking forward to seeing you all.

InterNations Ambassadors Melbourne
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