Central Brunswick Apartment Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We arrived in city with another hot hot day. Took a tour of Brisbane and ended up in the Koala Sanctuary. Spent 2 hours here and enjoyed greatly. These animals are so cute. Wish I could sleep like they do as they just flop on a branch and hang any which way. They eat only eucalyptus leaves and sleep 15+ hours a day. Want a ...
... finally spread my elbows out, and laundry facilities. This was a good place to catch up on chores, do some washing (both clothes and us!) and we even managed to Skype some family which we hadn't been able to since Indonesia. We shared the apartment with an English/Irish couple who had the second bedroom. They were lovely and we shared some useful travel information between us.
Once we ...
... and girlie bedding pristinely awaiting them. Not the typical expedition bedding! It didn't take long before the 5 of us were loaded up on the Contender for a boat ride. We took the boat back river into downtown Brisbane. It reminded me of boating in Chicago, but Brisbane seemed to shine like it was awaiting our arrival and anxious to impress. And she did. Parks, river walks, restaurants, and skyscrapers lined the river. After a quick tour we were ready ...
... happy! Later we walked into Central Brisbane and explored a little. We also popped into the Apple Store and used one of the macs to check in online for our flight tomorrow morning. I also had a little play with the iPad mini 3's, which I might treat myself to as a 30th birthday present to myself :) Afterwards we had a stroll around the Botanical Gardens, and drank some really cold water (Dev had frozen some water bottles for us back at the flat, she's clever ...
... for a second and spied a white Getz zooming around and guessed that it must be Mum in my Car. I walked back to the luggage claim and waited for my bags. I seemed to take longer than usual for my bags to come out (most likely because I knew mum was waiting outside). Eventually both my bags came out and I grabbed them and bid goodbye to Mark and his family. I waved to Mum as I made my way cross the road and was greeted by a big hug. I put my luggage in the car and we began the drive back home. ...