Ibis Budget Newcastle

Address: 3-5 Thomas Street, Corner of Link And Lakes Roads, Newcastle, New South Wales, 2287, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3-5 Thomas Street, Corner of Link And Lakes Roads, Newcastle.
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      The Sewer Shark! An Unforgettable Day in Newie

      A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... Park we found a map and noticed another park, National Park that was bigger so we decided to head in that direction. After about 20 minutes we were a bit unsure where we were so Greg checked google maps on his phone and said it was just round the corner on the left. We kept walking but the green grass and trees we were expecting didn't appear. Instead we found what can only be described as a beat up, run down athletic track surround by a 10ft barbed wire ...

      Going Solo: The East Coast

      A travel blog entry by emjhadley on May 31, 2014

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      ... walk around, be back beside the seaside, take in some fresh ocean air, listen to my music and feel at peace with the world. The views were incredible and I once again had that feeling of disbelief that I was actually in Australia. The countryside reminded me of a typical English landscape and I had to question if I really was in Australia or not. But then I remembered there was a beautiful beach to the left of me and I felt completely sure I wasn't in England and that this wasn't ...

      Reflections on our "incredible India" adventure

      A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Apr 09, 2014

      22 photos

      ... institutions compete in the education market for the Indian Rupee. It is unfortunate that the rampant population growth can't be curtailed. Each year, it grows by more than the total of the entire Australian population.
      vii) the English language is used very quaintly by the Indians. They have trouble in pronouncing the letter "w". So "vheat", "vot", "velcom" are common. Yet when wanting to use the word "very", it is pronounced "werry". Linguistic nightmare I would ...

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      A travel blog entry by wilders2014 on Mar 27, 2014

      56 photos

      ... and sure enough there was no urinal, it was as she said - a shower. It came complete with a place to put your leg for shaving , a mirror for shaving (not for me, for Barry), nice hot water, a shower curtain so you could keep your towel dry behind it - which was nice as at least you had something to wrap around you as one dashed across the lawn to our room. The best part was a night light, one has not lived until you have showered in a porta potty at night down ...

      Not as dull as Jack said...

      A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on Jan 29, 2014

      26 photos

      ... We had our own room but with 2 lots of bunk beds. We made ourselves at home as we were told we could have the room to ourselves. We headed out towards the beach but passed the Queens Wharf Tower first. It was 180 steps to the top but you had a good view of the Coastline and the City. We walked along the wharf and to Nobby's Lighthouse and Headland. The headland has since been eroded away and re-developed so that it is shorter than it used to be in order ...