Eskdale Bed & Breakfast

Address: 141 Vulture Street, Brisbane, Queensland, 4101, Australia | Hotel
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Happy Father's Day

A travel blog entry by dannjess on Jun 21, 2015

16 photos

... venereal disease from American whalers.

  • 1837 Brisbane's pioneering Petrie family arrives in Moreton Bay. Andrew Petrie
    (builder and stonemason) is clerk of government works; stays on with
    wife Mary and five ...

  • June 10 - Tamsyn

    A travel blog entry by ginaeynon on Jun 12, 2015


    ... of was trying to get the attention of beryl (the lady behind me) and than looked at me and held up a bag, I grabbed nine and showed it to him through the glass and he gave me the absolute biggest smile, it was adorable. We then headed off for 'Pho 2000' which was named that after President bill Clinton visited it in 2000 for lunch with his daughter (fun fact 4 you). We got off the bus and guess who was there.. That's right my bff from the museum. He saw me and smiled and ...

    To Base

    A travel blog entry by codie on Mar 23, 2015

    ... and hope we’d find an exit, which we did eventually!
    Were back in Base by 12:10, but weren’t able to check in, so went and waited in the Tv room.
    At 1pm we could check in, so went and claimed beds them moved all our stuff into the room, had to go and ask for a multi-plug adapter, as 2 plugs between 6 people wasn’t going to work.

    After that we decided to go for a walk around Brisbane again, ...

    Leisurely drive back to Brisbane

    A travel blog entry by haddons on Mar 14, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... We enjoyed seeing the Great Banyan pine trees along the road. Every 3rd year they produce the most enormous pine cones (bigger than a football) and are highly prized by the aborigines for their nuts with various families having rights over particular trees. There were no cones on the trees that we saw but they are very majestic trees. By some miracle there was a cafe open in Kenilworth at 4pm for a cup of tea before driving the rest of our journey through the ...

    Bali wrap-up

    A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Mar 03, 2015

    3 photos

    As soon as the seat belt sign went off the crew were organising meal service. We both declined and were offered complimentary water instead. We'd eaten a huge meal not that long before and it was 12.30am (2.30am at home) so why would we want a curry? Why not offer a breakfast meal an hour out of Brisbane? Bizarre.

    I had a rubbish night, needed to pee from about 10 minutes after ...