Brisbane Manor Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBrisbane Manor Hotel
All in all e verry nice hostel! Clean, no bedbugs and friendly staff!
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... for the face Tess made was 100%
At lunch (13.00), I stuffed my food
into my face I was so hungry. After lunch I tagged along with the
mammal feed out (following Cilene and Beck). Cilene and I fed Daisy,
who shockingly was open-eyed and (literally) bushy-tailed at our
being there. She turned aright around and came to the front of her
log, sniffing at my face for some handouts. Cilene gave her a piece
of broccoli and I then gave her a banana slice. ...
... knew it was fine (“tranquilo”), but I still felt as if I should
engage in rousing conversation. But, we were powering up hills and
listening to the birds, so it was not necessary at all. I let the
talking come when it felt like it.
The top of Mount Coot-tha can be
reached by four trails or by car (or bike) via Sir Samuel Griffith
Drive. There were plenty of people up there, even at 17.30 on a
Sunday. There is a café, washroom, gift shop, and a ...
... br> arched. I passed many docks for river cruise boats with a backdrop of
the Wheel of Brisbane (Ferris wheel). I was super excited, even in
the face of tons of grumpy cyclists. I don't know if it is a Brisbane
thing, or what, but NONE of them smiled and I saw many.
Once in Brisbane, I realized that I
left the bike lock at home. Plan B, then.
I walked to St. George Square and saw
the great facade of the Brisbane City Hall. The day ...
... whipped up for us all. I had no idea how he managed it – the gantry (that’s kitchen to you and me) looked like something that would be fitted inside a Barbie’s Playhouse thing for a little girl. The oven and hob were tiny. Anyway, it was delicious. Though, we found it ridiculously difficult to eat out on the boat’s trampoline bits as it was so windy we had to hold our food down whilst we ate it off our plates. One guy even managed to let his whole plate ...
... the window. A couple minutes later the couple (Luke & Laura ) come in and ask us if we would like to be witnesses to their wedding!? Of course we saw yes. So we headed to the registry office and watched them get married. We spent the rest of the day celebrating with the newlyweds going to a old skool saloon type bar and karaoke.
What a way to end our time in Brisbane :)