Oaks 212 Margaret

Address: 212 Margaret Street, Brisbane, Queensland, 4000, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 212 Margaret Street, Brisbane, is near The Brisbane River, Mount Coot-tha Lookout, Newstead House, and MacArthur Museum Brisbane.
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A travel blog entry by grafton2015 on Jan 02, 2015

3 comments, 13 photos

... to make it through the next set of checking in and out without any dramas although someone mislaid their passport for a brief moment. We didn't have time to browse the shops and we're lucky to get a toilet break in before boarding the next flight. The next 13 hours were some of the longest we have all had to get through. With most of us not getting any sleep the trip seemed to drag on and on. Finally at 6 am we landed safely and made our way through customs. Shortly afterwards ...

The end

A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 17, 2014

1 comment

... go to Starbucks in the US because at least we knew what we were getting. Drank a lot of **** coffee. They scald it a lot.

Qantas. So sad but they were ****.

I will NEVER travel in a small plane again.

I have to say that I love travelling with Fray. We get on really well, we each have our own strengths, we have very similar interests but we're really different. Fray was the leader in Europe but I think I took the lead a bit ...

Last day in Paradise

A travel blog entry by neil.mitchell on Oct 27, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... the second is that we have barely scratched the surface of these islands. At first we were surprised by the number of French, German and Dutch travellers that were here as their main holiday destination, but gradually you realise that perhaps you need more time. One of the islands we didn't visit was Pentecost, this is where the famous land diving from bamboo towers takes place in May, when the vines that the men tie to their ankles, are strong but supple. This ...

Brisbane baby!! Part 1

A travel blog entry by hdoherty on Sep 06, 2014

20 photos

... couldn't send home authentic Australian Ugg boots. Although if you are looking for some new threads and checking out the trends try Fortitude Valley and Paddington.

MUST-SEE: Take a wander along Brisbane River (not literally, you're not Jesus). The Brisbane River is the longest river in South East Queensland and shows off what Brisbane is famous for - its bridges. Explore the many parks down by the riverside, breathe in nature in Australia and ...

Goodbye Australia!

A travel blog entry by christian.smith on Sep 05, 2014

... travelling to Peru do not need to organise a visa.

Being a travel agent I thought that it would be easy to organise a nice cheap flight for myself but there was only two airlines i could choose from, Qantas and Delta airlines, Qantas cost $8861 and Delta cost $5283 so i chose Delta because its cheaper and takes slightly less time.



So in the ...