Grand Hotel Townsville
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... to salt ocean water and they hated it! Went up to the lookout at Castle Hill which was great. Excellent 360 degree view of the city. Riverway pools and park. A free facility with two huge lagoon pools. Plenty of parkland and right next to a river. Playgrounds and plenty for the kids to do. Had a great day lazing on the green grass watching the big kids have a swim and a ...
... Irene and their 3 boys - and really enjoyed their company. The boys played rugby with lots of other kids on the camp - first time for our boys but they learnt quickly. Breandan got bumped heavily a couple of times and scored some tries. Damien is always very competitive when he steps on to a field - he takes his sports seriously. All in all they had a blast!
Stop #3: Back To Cairns
We liked Cairns so much that we decided to come back for ...
We slept in today until 8.00 am, after cappuccinos we
took chilli into the strand. We walked the full length of the strand. Poor
chilli was exhausted by the end of the walk even after we had 2 rest stops. The
first was for a snack, we shared a piece of battered Mackerel. The second was
an ice cream stop at Juliette’s Gelataria. We laid back on a deck chair
overlooking the water with magnetic Island in the back ground, with a ...
... HQ). The kids really enjoyed this and it was as close to getting to the reef as we could manage this trip.
After leaving the aquarium we spent some time driving around the foreshore and admiring some of Townsville's parks and historical buildings and spent most of the time in the car because of the amount of rain Townsville is presently experiencing.
This afternoon saw ...
Ruth, who is an accomplished artist had to drop some pictures off for an exhibition in town, so while she was doing that we went into the centre to check out the Sunday Street Market which Rotary runs. It was quite busy but there was nothing of real interest. Ruth joined us and we had a coffee while we decided what we would do for the rest of the day. It was ...