Diana Plaza Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- 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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... like a one night stay. While we were getting ready to move sites, the kids were off playing but Jessie ended up bringing Emily back to camp after she fell off a swing and grazed her back. About an hour later, right in the middle of our move, Emily fainted and fell to the ground like a rag doll. Needless to say it was a horrible thing to see, especially ...
We drop off our bug infested Camry at the Perth airport, and board the Boeing 737-800 at 11 pm. We arrive in Brisbane at 5 am (losing 2 hours along the way), pick up our new rental car and head out to the Sunshine Coast. These red eye flights make for a ...
... chips and a bottle of coke was £7 which we shared didn't even have one each!!
I had a little nap (shock!) and got up ready to make the chilli which was delish, shame the kitchen is so dirty there are cockroaches in there but maybe it's.because we havnt eaten properly for a few days that it tasted amazing!! Don't worry the hostel itself is actually pretty clean..our bedroom and bathroom are really clean which is perfect but we're only ...
... a ferry to Fraser). As per these coach journeys seem a doodle and almost comforting! The air con was a godsend and I kind of just sat there for 5 hours. No energy to read or listen to music yet not bothering to sleep! Any hope of seeing much out the window was quickly squashed as it is definitely true that Australia is a spread out country. Barring the odd petrol station or tiny town, there was nothing but natural wildlife to see! We rocked up at Hervey Bay an hour before our ...
... as we were regaled with stories and jokes. A handwritten list on the wall had stupid questions and answers. Here are a few:
Q "how do you live out here?" A "by breathing in and out"
Q "'what do you find to do out here?" A "repair fishing trawlers and whale watching"
Q "What is the monument across the road?" A "It is a plug for the artesian basin"
Q "Where do you get your supplies from?" A "Early morning Road kill"