Ibis Styles Mt Isa Verona
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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... the tyres for our final leg home and then into the pool again. 38 - 40 deg still at 6.00pm. Thank heavens for the air conditioner in the caravan the last 4 days. First real workout its had.
Received notification that our house was vacated on the 19/12. So we have decided to cut our holiday short and head for home!
Thursday- went and visited the Information Centre. To look thru parts of it you had to pay$10 each here and another $10 each for another part, money money money so we bypassed it. Went up the lookout hill from which you could see 360degrees around Mt Isa. Very impressive. The temperature today has reached 43 it is so ...
... had to made to avoid a catastrophe (or dogostrophe, because no one has a cat!!) happy hour would be at 6 . and so it was. by the time we all settled in and did the normal who-ha, fluff thing the day was over. We all had free time for our stay so Dad and i headed off the following day to do the touristy thing and went to the information center (lots of pickies). I must say it is,hands down, the best information center we have come across anywhere. it has all its own displays and ...
... was, which was good as hopefully around Christmas there will be lots Of jobs. We went up castle hill which was a mountain over looking the city and has great views of magnetic island. We spent the rest of the day having a look around and enjoying the beach. We then went to Saunders beach where we camped on the beach for the night. We were lucky to get a ...
... then turn east into Queensland. Exciting? Yes, as I'm now camped in a ghost town which once housed 1,000 people working on Mary Kathleen uranium mine. The mine closed down in 1984 after 27 years of production. All that remains is an area of bitumen sealed roads and concrete slabs when houses, shops and community buildings once stood. My caravan sits comfortably on a slab overlooking bushland now inhabited by 300 cattle and travelling Grey Nomads. I ...