Jupiters Townsville Hotel & Casino
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Townsville
... for a swim. We then went along Shields St, and a few memories returned to me, like going to the Woolshed, or another bar where Darren reckoned I got started on by an old Aussie bloke. There isn't a lot to do in the town. The fun stuff is outside the place. Susie bought some pants. We had a frozen Coke to celebrate. Then we got the shuttle bus back to the hostel. In the evening everyone was getting ****** and dressed up for Halloween. We didn't. We got another drink and a free meal ...
Arrived back in town yesterday, Had MH checked out today. Awning needs replacing will get done when I'm at Sunshine Coast. Had t wait till Wed to get fridge checked, Busted element have to wait for replacement part. Early next week?? So stuck in Townsville till fridge fixed.
... next, and this is a delightful area with a pub and a number of shops set back from the beach, with lawns and paved paths under huge fig trees providing a great shady walk along the beach. There is also a very picturesque jetty here that looks as though it used to be a passenger ferry terminal at one point? All had an ice cream sitting on the picnic table looking out at a very green expanse of ocean across to Townsville and a number of ...
... only accessible via walking track, there were multiple nude (more clothing optional) beaches on the island! During our visits, clothes always stayed on and luckily most of the nude bathers (almost always 70+ year old men) had the decency to stay in the most secluded areas of the bays! Living on an island also meant there were lots of boats around and we got to know some of those who owned the boats. Derek and I got to spent some time sailing around parts of ...
... July A fabulous dinner last night which will be continued again tonight at Laurie and Mary's place. It was just like old times out to dinner! A gorgeous sunny day so we headed to the Maritime Museum. $6 an adult for a self guided tour. Quite interesting and a lovely setting by a marina. Next on to Reef HQ the aquarium. $28 an adult for the day, you can come and go. It's a bit run down looking in parts but the fish are just beautiful. Lots of variety but ...