Diana Plaza Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDiana Plaza Hotel Brisbane
Good Hotel opposite the Mater Hospital, the road outside is a bit busy but not too bad. we got the room for $149 on Wotif, so good value.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Diana Plaza Hotel Brisbane
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... strenuous. Went and had and iced coffee (Rob had tea) then got the tram down to Broadbeach which is a more exclusive area but it was just as windy, if not worse,so not so comfortable. Started to walk back popped into shopping centre for a card, nothing else. Walked a bit further but it got too much for Rob so we got the tram back to surfers paradise and had dinner before we started back as journey took about an hour and a half, go home at 10.
Enjoyed surfers paradise, it was ...
... and I mean, everywhere,
there were wee pademelons (round macropods like smaller, chubbier
wallabies). They were precious as they bounced like little spring
toys away from our footsteps and car. My honourary motto of the
weekend could be said to have been, “So many melons!!!”
Jazmyn decided to sleep in the car, but
the rest of us set up camp on the square, level sand area meant for
tents. I felt badly about how much noise we had ...
... but then flip them so their feet get off the ground and
sideways. They cannot flee then, and you probably pin them down at
that point. I didn't hear about the next bit. But, with a joey,
everything is portable. Liana popped her in a pillow case and scooted
away. This was when Nora and I cleaned the shed and waited for the
The vollies had lunch together. Steph
and Olly and the Japanese did not have the same time, so they were
pretty much gone when ...
... it along the sand next to the waves whilst aeroplanes were coming into land alongside us, which was pretty awesome. One of the pilots jumped on board at one stage to try and sell us a flight over the island, but nobody was keen, which was a bit awkward. We visited the largest lake on the island, Lake McKenzie, and got to stand-up paddle board in its crystal clear waters for a few hours, which was really fun. I did make a fool of myself, though, when I decided to try and pick ...
... for a time before he goes home on the 17 th of July. Oh, the life of a poor uni student. Arriving anywhere at night can be daunting. A taxi ride from the airport is always an adventure in itself. I strongly suspect they say good here is another 'fulung' or foreigners and the price triples. At the taxi counter they show out a written chart to show you the official price so you don't argue a price ! Very clever for the tired unsuspecting tourist and inflates their earnings by 500% ...