Metro Hotel Ipswich International
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... people started setting up their stalls at 4.30am and the market opens for business at 6am, didn't hear them at all, went to the market and bought $20 worth of fresh, fresh vegetables, a cabbage that is about 30 cm in circumference, a beautiful white cauli, fresh beans, snap peas, a bag of broccoli heads, (small) a huge bunch of coriander, just picked potatoes and ...
... Brisbane on the occasion of its 150 th Birthday. There is also a beach area with a lagoon and lifeguards to give a sea side experience in the city. On a hot day this was jam packed with bathers. We walked along the length of the Parklands Precinct, crossed back across the river via the Goodwill Footbridge and conveniently entered familiar territory in the form of the Brisbane Botanic Gardens (we were here about one month ...
... to fit in one last trip. So cheers for one last flight. Flying was a passion for Dad, he knew the planes, the schedules and the airports well. I took my seat and when the hostess came around and asked if there was anything I would like to drink I said, I'll have a Champagne thank you. Mum was sitting on the other side of the plane as we both wanted window seats. In an A330 it is a long way from one side to the other. I looked at her, she was standing glass of champagne ...
... the beach we stripped off and launched ourselves into the water. As we were running in Tara was shouting something, we couldn't quite make it out. We didn't care, we just wanted to cool off. As we played around like young chaps do we noticed there was no one else in the water even though it was 33 degrees and the beach had a few people on it. No matter, we just thought perhaps they weren't as hot as us. After ...
... games were played and everyone got a bit silly haha! Great night though.
Friday..... well...this was the start of Australias heat wave... it is currently unbelievably unbearable reaching temperatures higher than 40c..... crazy when what we call a heat wave is anything above 25 back at home..... however 25 is what we have been setting our air conditioners at. Seriously it has been so sticky and hot....even ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking