Breakfree Bankstown International
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... Guess it helps that this is low season and the facilities are not overburdened. And the $30 pn for two nights was very fair.
May 11 Wallaga Lake, Bermagui
We decided to stay at this campsite because it had good feedback and was also only $30 pn with fairly new and spotless amenities. We would stay there again but only if the actual Bermagui Heads Park was full, as it involved detaching Le Van from power and water to drive into Bermagui. But, the ...
... we went to Victorville. We saw aeroplanes that were old and retired. They use the spare parts that were off the old aeroplanes to fix working planes. Victorville is in the desert. Then we drove to Las Vegas. We stayed at the Embassy suites, it had lots of fish and 2 swans in the pond. For dinner we went to The Bellagio for a buffet, there was a lot of food there. My favourite food there was the prawns and ...
... it doesn't last very long and there's only one clear winner and one clear loser. Turned out Katie had a great night, whooping Abby's butt, and Abby was in a sulk for doing so terribly!
Friday night, we went for some post work drinks with Abby's colleagues from the original team she had worked with. Headed to a Bavarian Bier Cafe in St Leonards which was pretty sweet. Since a couple of the guys we were with were Kiwi's we spent a lot of ...
... We walked back to the bench expecting it to be gone or have blown away into the harbour... but amazingly it was still there! Obviously a ruffled straw hat with Bob Marley ribbon around it isn’t as desirable in Sydney as we thought!
Back at camp we relaxed after a long day of walking and got talking in the ‘bush kitchen’ with our camp neighbours. At first, when we heard them talking to ...
When we came home from our 2013 trip we thought it would be our last motorcycle adventure overseas. We always planned to travel more but though we might take the more comfortable option of hiring a car or campervan.
We decided that we would like to return to Europe as there is still so much to see, so we started investigating the different options available - lease a car, fly in fly out, campervan, train or any combination of them all. Even though we were ...