Ibis Budget Campbelltown
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Budget Campbelltown
This was simply a bed for the night on a road trip from Brisbane to Melbourne. It worked perfectly. Comfortable beds, good price. Easy access. Food nearby and McDonalds right next door for a morning cuppa to get you back on he road.
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... reserve Foreshore Walkway, around to Milsons point, under the bridge and decided to go for an afternoon dip to cool down in the North Sydney Olympic pool. For about £5.50 I had a swim, hot shower, use of locked and lay on the sun deck to dry! Very reasonable and most refreshing! Feeling a little peckish I headed out and around the corner found a parade of small restaurants and selected a table in a ...
... up early, checked out of the hostel and went straight to a dive centre we had booked two dives with. Unfortunately when we got there, they told us that the diving was cancelled because of the bad weather, as all the rain had made sewage get into the ocean where we were supposed to go diving. We decided to go to the aquarium instead, and a Swiss guy named Urs, who had stayed in the same room as me in Cairns, joined us when we ...
... hostels... And having to make new friends all over again. Oh no... I'm going to have to act like a normal human being again. Damn it. I finally pulled myself together and headed down the road with Grace as support to the backpacker area to Wicked Travel Agency to be greeted by a lovely Canadian guy, Kyle, (who I mistook for Irish...great start) who sat me down and went through everything with me. What a babe. He organised my whole two and a half ...
... iPad is on you, asking you this and that. I just want to browse!!! My reward though was dragging Ellie to the Queensland Museum, a nice mix of pretty much everything, in almost a small combined version of our Natural History and Science Museums. She bailed me out though for shopping(!) as I took a stroll to the Botanic Gardens and old Government House in the vibrant sunshine. Before washing, packing and setting an awful alarm for 3.30am to go to the airport! Next thing I know ...
... Paul went down on his hands and knees so the kids could stand on his back. What you do for children! Our day ended with another casual dinner and an early bed because we were heading to the Blue Mountains the next day.
There are so many tour companies willing to part you from your money, and the visit to the Blue Mountains was no different. However, being on our budget, we thought we would try to do at least some of it on our own. So, Friday morning found us on ...