Chifley at Lennons Hotel
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... spear grass, tussock grass and poa grass. I don't eat weeping grass or reed bent grass much. In times of drought I've had to dig up the dead grass to eat the roots. Leaves are much yummier than stems. You should try them sometime. I also don't drink very often as my home is generally very dry and most water I get is from the plants I eat or from dew. I've not drank for many weeks, sometimes months during the dry season. Apparently on the plane ...
... and effort put into the various pieces dotted throughout the park. Prior to our trip we'd watched Simon Reeves' (I think that's his name) 'Australia', in which we became aware of the plight of the koala, much threatened due to poorly considered housing development. A couple of Google searches revealed a Save the Koala Foundation shop in Brisbane. We had to visit! The staff in the shop were so friendly it was almost surreal. They gave us so much information about the area ...
... down to wellington point, gorgeous day, the ones that remind you why you live in queensland, top of 27 in august, winter! Whoever catch phrased "beautiful one day perfect the next" was a genius and a realist lol. Watched a few of the locals back their tinnies down the boat ramp seriously wishing I was joining them. The bay was gorgeous and like glass and sitting out there pretending ...
... up to the early runners going
past perfect spot right on the bank so going for a walk, maybe brunch, & to
look at the sights of the city.
Just back from our morning walk. Interesting place &we
couldn’t be in a more central position just a few steps away from the central
city. Managed to find our way around the sights in between going to the market,
having brunch & returning to Eagle street for mid afternoon snack &
well earned ...
... sea - where the heart is.
Although the Brisbane weather was not the best we still decided to get out and about. One day was a visit to Mt Cootha and the Botanical Gardens. The almost 360deg view of the city of Brisbane was impressive. We moved on to the Botanical Gardens and wandered about the paths and selected what interested us best. That included the Tropical House (warm and cosy in there); a small Fernery - although that did have a Giant Fern; the Japanese Gardens ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
A fantastic location, right on Queen street mall. Perfect for shopping or business in town. The staff are very friendly and helpful. A nice view of the Brisbane river, spacious executive suite.
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