Hotel George Williams
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... of Brisbane at its best. They also included morning tea with scones, jam and cream a hit with Dennis.
The cruise took about an hour and a half, arriving back at Southbank in time for lunch.
As it was still school holidays up here the place was packed, they have made a "beach" where you can go swimming, in fact several beaches, sand and all a wonderful place for families.
We also caught up with ...
... Pacific there and back. This would be an awesome flight for a school group because from the reviews are the service is great and they really pride themselves on customer service, Plus the prices are very cheap compared to other airlines.
I'm so excited to get on the plane and get over to China. I still cant believe I have been given such a great opportunity. ...
... s house in search of some inspiration of a craft I could learn and make a couple of things.
I ended up buying some wool, a pack of knitting needles, a how to knit book and a friendship bracelet kit! I have so far knitted a phone case and just made a friendship bracelet. Nothing major, but I'm rather pleased. Hopefully this will be something I keep up and not just a phase.
This morning I attended ...
... You do get
used to not having TV. It gets dark so quickly here about 6-6.30pm and light again
We went onto Ban Ban
Springs. Heard a lot about it but it was a complete let down. It was a hot
spring but really just a puddle with a few rocks around it. They need to see
NZ’s. Onto Fat Hen Creek where we had a storm at nite with loud thunder above
and lightening crashing outside the van. Australia has amazing storms and
... but by the end of the trip we were familiarized with it. There were no waiters attending the restaurant (most Australian restaurants have this system, including the Opera Bar in Sydney) so you have to go to the cashier, pay first and then go and get your food. For an upmarket restaurant this was a little bit weird, we found, but with the wages in Australia (their GDP per capita is USD 43 000 a year) you can understand how companies have to make things cost-efficient. We ...