Toowong Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... dealership, but it was cool to say I was at the oldest Harley dealership in the country. And even though that contradicts my whole "I'm not going to go somewhere, just to say I went there" this one truly interested me and I wanted to see it, I guess that's the difference, which is good enough reasoning for me; it might not make complete sense, but it works in my head.
My next stop was the Gold Coast, which was just about an hour train ...
... has a lovely CBD with great public realm works - art and jazzy paving to match. It feels like a very vibrant city and has some big city buildings (skyscrapers) to compliment its vibrancy.
We snaked all through the CBD before crossing to the south side of the river for a paddle in the city beach (as it sounds). We walked past all the art galleries and other cultural sites on our way back to the hostel. ...
After Ashley dropped me off last night and by the time I actually got into bed and went to sleep it was around 12:30 so I was pretty tired. You know when I'm tired I don't really like to be waken up by the flipping hostel fire alarm at 6am! It was beeping all over the place. I looked out my door to see loads of tired confused faces doing the same. Eventually we all decided it was probably real and that we should get out. Everyone ...
... man made beaches and wading pools are all owned now by Southbank Properties, which acquired the land from the City and maintain the park facilities through the lease fees they charge the many restaurants and bars in the area. The facilities were immaculate, buzzing with people and the walkway connecting the entire area was sheltered by a metal structure with beautiful flowering vines.
We grabbed a quick lunch and a few pints at The Plough Inn. ...
... else is absolutely accurate. The river is apparently rife with Bull Sharks, which I'm assured are incredibly dangerous growing to the size of 10 foot and generally seem to have a lot of rage. According to trusty Wikipedia, "there have been four recorded shark attack deaths in the river, and numerous other fatal attacks in surrounding rivers and estuaries", so that's nice.
Strolling along the Parklands you enter into a long archway of large twirling fences laced ...