West End Central Apartments

Address: 220 Melbourne Street, Brisbane, Queensland, QLD 4101, Australia | Condo
 
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      What a Place!

      A travel blog entry by melissafischer on Jan 21, 2015

      6 comments

      ... ocean in the distance. The mist seemed to clear away all of my personal cobwebs and set me feeling whole, deeply fulfilled, and incredible grateful.

      Yesterday we officially signed the girls up for school. Sunshine Beach Primary is just a short bike ride down the street. Our uniform glad girls will be attending 2nd and 5th grade ( they are 1 and 4 and home). After over 5 weeks off school, we are all ready for class to resume!
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      Wait what?! I need a visa for Australia!!

      A travel blog entry by jetset_travel on Dec 18, 2014

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      ... really need a visa prior to departure, and if I do how in the 7 Hells am I supposed to get this done in the next thirty minutes; even if I miss my scheduled Flight here in 45 min, what are the chances of getting to LA on a different one in the next 3 hours to make the international connection." The sinking conclusion was that I DO need a visa and that the agent couldn't even issue me a ticket without it cus it was ultimately tied and linked to ...

      Brisbane - G20, koalas and Gavin and Katelanne

      A travel blog entry by clarksaroundoz on Nov 17, 2014

      9 photos

      ... the city. As the weather was scorching, many Brisbanites chose to go away for the long weekend. Instead we came into town and spent it with the kids, so we had a good drive in as the exodus out of town crawled.

      On the Thursday night Gavin and Katelanne took us to an unusual night time markets for tea. The stall holders were disappointed it was quiet (because of the exodus) but we were pleased. Such a unique place. It was all about eating and music. There were ...

      Day 6

      A travel blog entry by elewis9211 on Oct 28, 2014

      2 photos

      ... Had some food at the Pig and whistle, and the first beer of the trip! Walked back towards the hotel, but all the way across the river bank. Huge amount of people running, rollerblading, cycling! Everyone is sports fit! Makes me want to run, but need my very fat foot to go down from this stupid mosquito bite! Came back to the hotel for a couple of hours to chill, then walked up the street to an Italian for a pizza! Very nice ...

      Heading to Carnarvon via Roma

      A travel blog entry by petkatravels on Oct 11, 2014

      17 photos

      ... lilies were in bloom. Alas! No pink ones, a few yellow ones and dainty white ones. There was, however, an interesting story about the namesake of the lagoon. Will include the photo to tell the tale. There is a museum at Miles set out like an old town. The proprietor said we would need at least 2 hours to do it justice, so we thought we might see it on the return trip. Instead we decided lunch was in order before the hour and a half drive to Roma. We walked ...