Grand Mercure The Hills Lodge

Address: 1 Salisbury Rd (Corner Windsor Rd), Castle Hill, New South Wales, 2154, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1 Salisbury Rd (Corner Windsor Rd), Castle Hill, is near West Coast Wilderness Railway, Koala Park Sanctuary, Wylie's Baths, and Pound National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Castle Hill

    Le Van Deux and first steps . . .

    A travel blog entry by pseudonym on May 14, 2015

    6 comments, 15 photos

    ... Dural and on down towards the Berowra Ferry. Shortly before the ferry terminal we turned off and arrived at our final destination. A few hours later, after checking in and easing Le Van gently into her undercover home (with only 150mm or so of clearance up top), we gave her a good wash down and headed for the bus and home.
    That's it for this blog. Look out for our next one. Six weeks or so up to middle Queensland in August/September.


    Sydney For A Week

    A travel blog entry by mactracks on Mar 27, 2015

    7 photos

    We stayed at my brother Geoff's place for a week and spent the time visiting Daniel, Fran and Aiden, plus we caught up with friends Vlad and Sue. It was a busy week, and we managed to spend a lot of time playing with Aiden, who is super cute. The Easter Show was great, not crowded and lots to see. Weather was perfect, nice cool nights and sunny ...

    G'day mate

    A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Mar 11, 2015

    37 photos

    ... gardens. Confused and wet we headed back to the hostel to work on our CVs and search for jobs. We did managed to take a stroll through the botanic gardens on another warm but windy day. It was really beautiful, in hindsight we wished we brought a picnic. It was also free (compared to Kew Gardens) which made it even better! We spent a good few hours walking through the gardens and for a minute you forget that you are in a big capital. In order to reduce ...

    Day with Rob and travel to Taree

    A travel blog entry by will.griffiths on Mar 01, 2015

    11 photos

    ... nice, and really contributed to the European woman and body hair stereotype. Her moustache was bigger than my upper leg. Just kidding. But seriously. She is doing proper travelling, massive backpack (weighing in at around 30kg, which is F**KING insane for a small person, lady especially) camping, hitch hiking and all that. She’d been in NZ for the past 3 months, and is now hitting Aus. Legend.

    Also a Chinese American girl called Jeff. I didn’t see much of ...

    Under the Pump

    A travel blog entry by cjgs1430 on Feb 01, 2015

    ... keep their stress levels down. We were allowed to pose near them, though – we were so close that it was really tempting to try and pet one (they look so fluffy!). Alas, we all behaved ourselves. Grace slept the whole time, but Wanda was really active.

    Once we had gotten our pictures, we moved on to the echidna enclosure where we met several echidnas and a quokka. We were allowed to pet the echidnas, which was kind of nerve wracking. An echidna has spines like a ...