Eskdale Bed & Breakfast

Address: 141 Vulture Street, Brisbane, Queensland, 4101, Australia | Hotel
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Brisbane

Day 12

A travel blog entry by higgsie81 on Dec 22, 2014

Day 12 22nd December We were rudely awoken by the builders next door at 7.00am drilling though a wall outside a window in which Pandy hung out of the window to tell them to shut up! Which was quite funny, Luce and I then headed down to the beach for a morning dip. It was nice to see families down there spending time together and having a laugh. It made me think that the old boy would like it here. We then came back showered and got ...

Paparazzi at the Palazzo

A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Dec 04, 2014

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... and we're chilling in the Versace with a couple of beers! Cheers!

The room was fantastic, it had a huge bedroom and a separate living area. It even had two bathrooms! We didn't hang around up there for long though, we wanted to check out the pool. It's can only be accessed by distinguished guests like ourselves in order to keep the riff raff out. Quite right too. We bought a couple of frighteningly expensive drinks and chilled out at poolside ...

Returning home to Brisbane

A travel blog entry by samburgess on Nov 03, 2014

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I woke up this morning knowing i was leaving and hated the thought of not waking up in this beautiful country. I packed up all my stuff and said far wells to all the people i became close with while over in Jamaica and left for the airport.

I arrived at the airport about 11:00am my flight is scheduled for 1:00pm. The process for getting your boarding pass, checking your luggage in and going through customs is always time consuming but ...

The sweet air of Home

A travel blog entry by c.lewis on Nov 01, 2014

... pack, Minecraft bag and book, nano-lego and a panda pencil case. Rich got his own signature 'chop' with English and Chinese, a set of figures that I purchased at the wall, that were like the Entombed warriors, and a nice bottle of duty free Bacardi.

Tonight it was off to Church to watch George in his end of year concert with the Choir.

So its good night, and till next travels 'Bon Voyage'.

More sand than the Sahara Desert

A travel blog entry by josh-and-abbie on Sep 24, 2014

... Essentially we were to be riding dirt bikes around the town for the next three hours! We were dressed up as 'bikers' with fake tattoos, sunglasses and leather jackets. After taking fifteen minutes to familiarize ourselves with the bikes we set off in convoy fashion, flanked by our tour guides who rode proper motorbikes. Encouraged to overtake one another, pose for photos and have as much fun as we wanted, it was an unforgettable couple of hours. Despite Josh's bike ...