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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... me a nice cup of tea. I have brought the beagle girls in and we are all enjoying the gorgeous fire. Today Margaret K is 84 !!! We are going to the movies in Katoomba at 12.15pm to see Last Cab to Darwin, Graham and I have some scorched almonds for her and I will pick up some flowers this morning ... Happy Birthday Margaret K ...
... days time. It was angry, two days.....what about our work commitments? I then spent one hour in the phone which cost us $55 to sort it out. We have to go via Sydney where we have a 9 hour wait,,getting in late Sunday night. I was quite livid with it all, will not fly with them again unless I am desperate We couldn't even sit next to each other. I had trying to sleep on planes, I just can't sleep sitting up, it's not normal. It was a long ...
... and mash. Eventually we gave up the hunt and sat down in an Irish bar and Becky had bangers and mash whilst I had a burger. So much for that roast. Shortly after eating (and listening to a rather fun Irish band) we headed up to the harbour bridge to see if we could get a better view of the city. I'd told Becky about the bridge climb, but we agreed that we couldn't afford it and Becky said she wouldn't have done it anyway. Retrospectively I can't blame her. It looks ...
... is cool though. If i'm remembering it right, the architect submitted the design idea on a cocktail napkin and somehow won the bid to build his design. Quite a ways into the process, the builders were not doing things the way the architect wanted them done, so he quit! They finished the building to his scope but he never came back to see it, ever. He said the project was far to personal to him and he couldn't bear to see what had happened after he left. The building was completed to ...
... was rainy and a bit cooler and I was bit chilled, so my first thought was hot chocolate. Suzanne found a pancake restaurant that friends had recommended to her and we went there. It was located in the Rocks area, so we got to explore some parts that Suzanne had never seen before. As we took some stairs down an embankment, there were old house walls and bits of furniture (or pieces made out to be furniture) were placed in the ...