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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Lake Moogerah - Brisbane - Sydney - Brisbane.

A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on Oct 16, 2015

2 comments, 8 photos

... 20k from Tamworth which is the City of country music) and the show ground at Morisset close to Lake Macquarie and just 100k from Lane Cove caravan park in Sydney where we will be staying. On the way home from Sydney we plan to travel along the coast line hopefully staying at Hawks Nest, Minnie Waters and Mullumbimby. We arrive home on Friday 13th November, and it will be the end of a unbelievable 7 month trip. This trip we have completed almost 21,000k in the ...

11 September, 2015 (Free Stuff at the Fox Hotel)

A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Sep 11, 2015

22 photos

... with sliced tomato, fresh basil, and
buffalo mozzarella. The middle was a spicy chorizo, feta, and
char-grilled corn pizza, while the other side was a delicious
truffled mushroom and goat feta pizza. Then, to our GREAT surprise,
the manager came and gave us chips with aioli and sliced green onion
garnish and a plate of breaded olives stuffed with feta. A few
minutes later, a waiter came and brought mushroom arrancini balls.
Wow. All for ...

Island Hopping

A travel blog entry by james.arnold on Aug 22, 2015

... us. Second, we got to hold a few different types of lizards. Some were really fidgety and took some holding on to, and the others were really docile and just lied on your hand looking dead. They were all pretty cool to touch, though. After that we got to hold a baby crocodile. I can’t remember how old it was, but it was only about 15 centimetres long. One of the sanctuary volunteers had to help us with holding the croc, as if you don’t hold them correctly (making a ...

Day 26

A travel blog entry by hugbys_travels on Jul 27, 2015

Up bright and early but a bit of a hindrance prevented our planned trip to the zoo! Some rather sever sunburn left over from cairns meant a day of limping around the streets of Sydney trying to find solutions for their rather expensive healthcare system!

However, the day wasn't all bad, after finally finding some treatment, we put the glam rags on and headed to Darling harbour for a celebratory meal of an eventful month! And my word did we need ...

Packing the backpack for travelling and hiking

A travel blog entry by srandac2015 on Jul 20, 2015

4 comments, 1 photo

... which we plan to hike independently. We also plan to use the tent on hikes in several national parks at the Lakes District of Chilie/Argentina. This means packing mutliday hiking gear, which consequently takes up a lot of space in our 4400 Porter Packs (75 Litres).

The Porter pack is made of cuben fibre and is one large dry bag weighing under 1kg. Over the past two years I have thoroughly tested the Porter ...