Comfort Inn Centrepoint
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cattle. The beautiful towns like Stratford on Avon, York and Bath. Great scenery form the Ring of Kerry in Ireland, the beautiful haunting welsh countryside and the Yorkshire dales. Places we would love to return to another day.
Paris. Just the word conjures so many wonderful memories and experiences. The first sight of the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and Champs Elysees were spectacular. Not to mention the boulangeries, patisseries, boulangerie and charcuteries and big ...
... the crack, bypass the unit, hey presto, no more problems, got up to Tungamah
took to the said unit with a grinder to remove the water trap section, fitted the filter unit back in line, problem arose again, so off it came & now run as per factory, all good
Spring is the best time of the year. Coming toward ...
Green glorious green everywhere. Such beautiful hinterland around Myullumbimby and Nimbin. We camped a couple of nights at the Night Cap National Park which was pretty busy due to school holidays. We spotted a huge carpet snake which made Stu stop the car in the middle of the road. From here we explored the town of Nimbin and were offered numerous slices of Marijuana cake from some colourful locals. We ended up buying only macadamia nuts.
... was on a big hill to see the sunset but unfortunately we had left it too late to leave the beach so we didn't see it from the top but went one the beach and watched it from there. I did like Byron but I think just after the festival and being Anzac Day so a lot of drunk Australians it will be better to come back to another time. Definitely tough if I could find a job there I would be happy to ...
... to the loud and overcrowded bars. Fortunately, they didn’t get into full swing until we had left the main streets to spend the evenings in the rather more peaceful surroundings of our holiday park which, although only a short walk from the main street, was separated from it by a redundant railway line and fairly dense shrubbery. After a few days of warm sunshine and blue skies, we decided to just stay here until we return the van to Brisbane.