Allender Apartments

Address: 3 Moreton Street, Brisbane, Queensland, 4005, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3 Moreton Street, Brisbane, is near Glenworth Valley Horse Riding, Greek Festival of Sydney, and Hills District Historical Centre.
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The start of something BIG

A travel blog entry by ashlyn.grabasch on Jun 01, 2015

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... to a mother and infant who cried majority of the plane flight. Relieved to land in London 12 hrs later, I headed to the taxi bay outside. First impressions; it was cold and thankfully I had packed a jumper.

The first taxi driver that arrived was quite a gentleman, he opened the door and was friendly. He knew where my hotel which was a relief as I had no idea where I ...

Goodbye Australia

A travel blog entry by braydon.h on Aug 28, 2014

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... with Malaysia Airlines, though, as I don't want to die like the passengers on their most famous recent flights! Actually, I feel a bit sorry for that airline because I bet people will only use it if they have no other option! To make my choice of airline and flights, I thoroughly looked at the departure and arrival times, stopovers and the flight lengths. I wasn't surprised that the cheapest flights leave late in the evening on July 28 and do not arrive ...

The river runs wide

A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Aug 19, 2014

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... structure with an Auditorium to die for. It had a massive Willis organ (the same maker as the instrument we saw in Blenheim Palace). I hope our pictures do it justice. The Museum featured the history of Brisbane, through the discovery and development of the river. It snakes it's way from the coast and has several bends as it winds it's way through the city. As with all great rivers, it was ...


A travel blog entry by terryandlauren on Aug 05, 2014

1 comment, 50 photos

... which are gorgeously unusual and also have lots of birds. Lots of snaps later and we're walking back up the river admiring some of the architecture. We then cross the river again and head back towards southbank. All in all the circuit takes a couple of hours and it's a beautiful warm day. We grab a sarnie and get the citicat back to Mowbray park. We head home and chill for an hour before we head out for dinner at Dad's cousin's called ...

Hunter Valley

A travel blog entry by jennymccarthy84 on Aug 01, 2014

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... have birthdays in August. Next week April and I are visiting Canberra the capital of Australia to the disgust and surprise of my fellow colleagues. I only have until mid September in Sydney before I move on to a farm so looking at as many places to visit as possible (and also have something to write about of interest lol) Until next time....���� ...