Comfort Inn Centrepoint
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
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... and created you 3 weeks before I actually need you. See you soon!
*I was with my boss, who was from Hong Kong and only speaks Cantonese, when two hookers asked, in Mandarin, if we wanted to go somewhere with them. The shock on their face was priceless when the Chinese guy looked at them blankly and the foreign devil responded in ...
... transit centre and onto a Greyhound Bus. The bus left at 9.30am arriving in Byron by midday, having by chance to have booked an express bus service. Straight from the bus we found a designated hostel shuttle bus awaiting us, a very hassle-free journey to our beach resort hostel. While we waited till check-in time, we headed across the road to the beach and had some jam/cheese slice sandwiches for lunch. A little nap and enjoying the sun, ignoring the cold wind, until heading back ...
... we could stop at.
3 hours later at 1.30am we finally found one and stopped!
What an adventure that night was! We had pulled into so many 'rest areas' that were in fact lorry layby's that were either pitch black, had no toilets or strangely we were not allowed to stop at! We also stopped at a few creepy looking towns that we quickly turned back out of again! Luckily we didn't see one roo ...
... a huge python in the chook pen - can you imagine? Not unusual apparently and didn’t phase them at all. Makes a change from foxes I suppose.
The weather remaining poor, we moved inland just West of Coffs again, to Bellingen - part of “Gods Own Country” as per the Aussies. The whole area is called New England and it’s obvious why. Basically it’s like a massive beautiful English valley that goes on for miles and miles inland. Green ...
... making and coloured houses. The journey from Venice to Velden in the mountainous region of Austria was the most beautiful transformation from fertile planes to high mountain lakes. Snow capped mountains lined our route to Vienna where the Kursalon Waltz show and a visit to the Schonbrunn Palace were both amazing experiences.
Driving along the beautiful Danube River we arrived in the Mozart cit of Salzburg. A charming town with a beautiful shopping street and lunch at ...