Ibis Budget Campbelltown
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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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Our one bag was packed, mainly with toys and presents for the grandkids, food packed, car loaded up, our "girls" loaded up with food, water, hot water bottles, kitty litter etc.
Our planned departure time came and went and we eventually left an hour late … or on time as one of our friends said.
We had a good run on the motorway but were surprised by the number of ...
... by the expensive prices. Sydney is also remarkably similar to San Francisco - its location along a lively waterfront, brisk yet temperamental weather and a bustling financial district. But most of all, I was with my favorite person from home...my mom! We started our reunion tour with coffee at our awesome hotel, the 1888. If you're planning a trip to Sydney, I highly recommend this quaint little hotel. It reminded me of something I would easily see in SF...ok I think I've driven home ...
... tallships and naval ships of which comprised the naval museum. We went up a lighthouse, in a destroyer, and my favourite inside two tallships. During the tour of the James Craig and the replica of James Cooks Endeavour we really got a feel of what a sailors life, a few hundred years ago, would have been like.
At La Senda Verde in Bolivia, we had met two lovely people (Col and Alex) who at that time encouraged us to put Australia into our five year ...
... groceries up the street like your man in the Yorkie add. Turns out you can "rob" the trolley and the shop will collect it later as long as you simply abandon it on the side of the street. Its the small things that highlight the cultural differences really!
We loaded up on the sandwiches, Tim Tams (If Lindt did Penguin bars, they would taste like this) & Ribena and headed into Circular Quay and The Botanical Gardens to see ...
... products or secondhand stuffs then looking around in the city on the Main Street.there are a lot of old and architecture buildings surrounding in the modern city. Before lunch time I went to manly beach but I think it was a nice hot sunny day so everywhere is people on the ...