Aabon Apartments & Motel

45 Lisson Grove, Brisbane, Queensland, 4030, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 45 Lisson Grove, Brisbane, is near Chinatown, Victoria Park Golf Course, Eagle Farm Racecourse, and La Boite Theatre.
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    Day 1: Departure

    A travel blog entry by owen.gilbert on Apr 06, 2015

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    Day 1,

    I arrived at the airport at 6:00am yesterday 3 hours early for my 9:00 flight . I took the train right to the Brisbane International Airport because it was the easiest and most convenient way of transport.

    I'm using Qantas to fly because they have cheap flight with 2 23kg bags of luggage you were allowed to check in. The flight to Orlando has one stop off in ...

    And i'm off!

    A travel blog entry by kaneryan on Aug 29, 2014

    ... highest customer feedback rating but was also roughly $1000 more expensive just for airfares so this pulled them out of contention. After a little bit of thought, I selected Delta airlines because it had fairly good customer reviews and was the cheapest option. The total flight time is roughly 25 hours depending on wind direction and this does not include stop overs. All of the airlines had roughly the same stop over time and that was 9-10 hours. It ...

    What to do, what to do?

    A travel blog entry by harrismab on Aug 16, 2014

    ... has dozens of 'swamp tours' and Key West mardi gras is on while we are over there. New Orleans has interesting tours including a post Katrina tour looking at levee damage, the areas affected, the reconstruction efforts. My friend thinks it would be too depressing but I think it is inspiring to see people and a city bouncing back. You can't appreciate the resilience if you don't see the tragedy. There is a 'Mansion and Swamp' tour - what a study in contrasts ...

    The day has finally come

    A travel blog entry by aussiebloke51 on Aug 14, 2014


    ... on her - for six weeks? Will Matilda ( the cat) be OK? Getting the pickup bus Neil Diamond was on the radio and I felt a great nostalgia for the time Fay and I were young and newly married. Breakfast came and went. It was good but if I spend that much on meals while in away I will run out of money very quickly. I must not buy the "big" or "large"! I was pleased the cutlery and cups were disposable as the man in front of me in the queue was scratching his bum the ...

    Brisbane's nicer sights

    A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... the Price at $38 made up for the small Portion... I asked for a piece of Bread to somewhat fill my stomach only to be surprised to find it itemized for another $7.50 on the Bill....kind a Iike French Cuisine ... but you get an cotton Fabric napkin .... to dry your lips...if they got wet by mistake from this meal..... Taking the paved road downhill was a blast..... and then alongside M5 went back to Jamboree Heights and got something real to eat at the Shopping ...