Metro Hotel Ipswich International
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the Sunshine Coast Hinterlands. Ethan has to drive around 100 hours before he can try for his license, so he accomplished quite a few hours Saturday. We had a great time poking around through all the different places. The Edmundi Markets are very popular, so the small community was overflowing with visitors. Duncan and Jim had to park at least a kilometer away.
We drove through the hills on our way home ...
We had such a fun weekend at CMC rocks! Four days of camping with good company always makes for a great time. We started the weekend in Thursday when we left red rock to head up to Ipswich. When we arrived, we met up with our bosses and they told us where to camp. We set up our camp site, which was quite impressive compared to my previous camping attempts! After setting up camp we threw on some country clothes and enjoyed our quiet evening. ...
... winding around round about after round about on the foreign streets, Chris and I were hoping we didn't make a mistake in heeding his advice. We arrived at our destination and were blown away. Lively restaurants and music filled the river walk. We followed an azalea covered path down to the pools. Along the river for as far as we could see were large pools with sandy bottoms and beaches to lounge on, docks built to jump from, life guards, and people ...
When I made it to the front of the line they looked at my customs declaration and saw that I had declared over $900 dollars of goods in my bag. The woman took me aside and asked me what I had, I told her some of the miscellaneous goods I had bought overseas and she told me that wasn’t what the declaration meant. It was of course referring to any one object over $900. She then marked my card and escorted me back to the gates. Another officer then directed me down the ...
... arms and heads from the hailstones - they were really scared - we all helped settle them down and local business owners brought first aid equipment. It was carnage. Honestly I have never seen anything like it - we just couldn’t believe it had turned so quickly and was so devastating. It lasted maybe an hour or so then slowly the wind died down and the rain eased. There were piles of hailstones at every corner - we just couldn’t believe the size of them. ...