BEST WESTERN PLUS Gregory Terrace Brisbane
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... horses built into their pants. Since Babsi and
Cilene had never played beer pong, we got a game going. I had not
played in a while, so needless to say, was rusty. It was a fun time.
00.15, I went to find the others downstairs on the couches. We
decided to take the last bus and save us a half hour walk. We said
goodbye and headed out.
We arrived home to
Olly's by 1.00 and washed off our makeup and got ready for bed. It
was a good night! Happy ...
... I have seen some great
characters in my two months of biking here in Brisbane. This fellow
was both participating in low carbon footprint transportation as well
as protecting himself against alien mind reading. He was not wearing
a helmet, but rather a colander. No strap, just the will of his mind
holding that bad boy on there. I actually did laugh out loud when he
was far away.
I did indeed arrive at 9.00 and was
awkwardly radioed in at ...
... was laughing a lot and having a blast
cracking jokes with Daniel and the others. I don't know why I was on
such a high, but it was great!
All the time after
lunch, Daniel and I continued painting the empty bird aviary that
Olly and I started. The most bizarre part was when we ere both inside
painting and two characters came over. One was Australian and the
other, her friend, American. The American looked Asian, but was ...
... an illuminated birdcage. I
was energized by the crazy fun atmosphere.
We talked and idled until a bit later,
when we were hungry enough to want to go get a meal and more drinks.
We followed Matt to the amazing James
Squire's The Charming Squire. It was packed, so we were relegated to
a high pair of cocktail tables on the second floor. The place was
full of people in fine dress, so I felt a bit out of place. We
finally got five ...
... I didn’t go for a ride as I thought I’d spent too much money already that morning, but I did go and stroke them and say hello. They were all really calm and did not even attempt to spit at me. When it was time, we walked around the bay for 20 minutes or so to the marina where we would be setting sail to the Whitsundays from.
The boat was a bloody huge trimaran (which is apparently a real term for a catamaran with 3 bits, rather than 2). It slept 22 people, and ...