How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Windsor, and Slough and included some rural areas as well as the towns, and as the weather was, for once, mild and sunny, our day tripping proved very agreeable.
We both managed a few hours' sleep from London to Dubai where we had time to recharge our mobile phones in the Business lounge before resuming our flight to Sydney. I am now convinced that Business Class is the only way to travel any distance but I doubt I'll ever want to venture far from my comfort zone again! Oh, ...
... in we were stopped by a local who was chatting to us for 20 minutes about all kinds of random things. We then carried on walking and crossed a bridge to the south promenade and from here we walked right along the water until we crossed back over the bridge and headed into an area full of shops and restaurants. We stopped here for a box of cookies to keep us going and then we carried on ...
... then placed my hand on my legs but forgetting to sun cream the rest of my body. Liability. It was a short trip to Brisbane and the hour time difference meant we arrived at the bus station at 4:30. Thankfully the hostel had a shuttle bus from the bus station so Saff didn't have to do any walking with her backpack. We arrived at Bunk and welcomed with a voucher for a cocktail and we were put into a 6 bed ensuite room. ...
... Wish I’d had that on camera!
The next morning was painful on a few levels - an early start for us all as Lee dropped us off to collect our hire car before work. I never knew there were two 7 o'clocks in the southern hemisphere too! And we were saying goodbye to BrisVegas and Lee - horrible! I hate goodbyes but this will definitely be au revoir. Thank you Lee, for sharing your life with us for just a few days. We packed in the fun and games and loved ...
... a coconut to drink! We then headed back to the car and made our way back to Brisbane just managing to avoid the evening traffic. We cooked dinner in the apartment and then walked across to the South Bank side of the river. They had rows of Christmas markets and a firework display over the river. The fireworks were done in time with Christmas songs including a bit of Mariah Carey so I was in my element. The display itself was amazing so we may even go back again ...