City Terraces Holiday Apartments
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- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Meal plan
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Terraces Holiday Apartments Cairns
Quite friendly place close to city. We enjoyed our stay.
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... centre we pick up information about Cooktown and surrounds as well as Mareeba and Chillagoe. They have some good pamphlets on the Undarra Lava Caves so we take those also, we are ably assisted by a very nice woman who gives us more pamphlets than we can handle. Back to the van and I spend an hour cooking some curried chops and spaghetti sauce to freeze for along the road. Spend the rest of the afternoon catching up on my diary and ...
Well this is our last day here so I thought I'd talk a bit more about where we are. After being here nearly three weeks, we still think the park is fantastic. As I have already said, the facilities are of a very high standard and the staff are friendly and obviously happy to work here and to help you. Of course in a relatively expensive park like this that's what you would expect but, let's face it, it's not always what you get! The only issue ...
... paddling around. We were soon jumping off the platform into the surprisingly lukewarm water, but being the thrill seekers we are, we went in search of something taller to jump from. We found a perfect tree to climb up and jump into the water from. (Obviously we carried out all of the health and safety checks before doing so.) A few boys plus Chelsea and I were daring enough to climb and jump from it and into the lake five or so metres below us. After all the fun in the lake ...
Before I start today forgot to tell you how annoying it was around Atherton, when trying to take pictures while driving there is this tall grass that is growing on the both sides of the road and is higher than the cars, so even if you find a place to pull over you still can't see!! Hence the first picture yesterday.
Today we opened up our purses and did a tour taking the Kuranda Rail to the top of the Tablelands to the town of Kuranda, which took 1.5 hours. ...
... Falls, no swimming but still beautiful, all quite easy to access. A traveller told us to call into Mungalli Creek Bio-Dynamic Dairy, she said that they have the best scones, cream and jam that she has ever tasted, so we called in and she was right, they were amazing, the cream was so smooth. Mungalli Creek Bio-Dynamic Dairy is a working dairy, and they produce yoghurt, cheese, cream and of course ...