Maclin Lodge Motel

Address: 38 Queen Street, Campbelltown, New South Wales, 2560, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 38 Queen Street, Campbelltown, is near Gledswood and Angsana Spa - Rydges Jamison.
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The big departure day!!

A travel blog entry by catecross on Aug 21, 2015

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... into a very hard seat but with space!!! Lunch was served at 2.30, then nap time. The seat reclines to a kind of bed but lovely to have my feet elevated. After nap time I tried to get my television working but it wouldn't, so played a few games of scrabble and listened to a bit of Beethoven with noise cancelling! Bliss. Suddenly my television started to work so watched Grand Piano thinking that it could be good with some beautiful music but it really was rather ...

She's still talking about camels

A travel blog entry by niknak21 on Jul 06, 2015

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... it was too early to check in so we tried to gather some energy to explore for a few hours before we could check in and nap!! Our exploring paid off because we found a great view point of the harbour bridge and opera house. WE'RE IN SYDNEY!! Waaaaaa! Heading to this view point was about as exciting as our day was getting, it's time for a chill out afternoon/evening to refresh ready for some adventures tomorrow. Day 2: We slept like logs last night! It ...

Searching for Sunday Roast

A travel blog entry by pmacklin on May 24, 2015

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... Still, we found that you can actually climb the pillars of the bridge for a significantly smaller cost, so we headed up there instead and well, the views were breath taking. We'd times our climb just right. It was sunset and the Opera House had assumed an orange glow whilst the ripples of water below caught the light and caught shadows. Becky had to prompt me to leave (it was after all close to closing time) and, begrudgingly, I joined her in the descent. Of all ...


A travel blog entry by thisismoxy on Apr 19, 2015

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... design and became the pride and joy of Sydney. The city tried to get the architect back for years after it's completion but, he refused and died without ever having seen it finished. Very sad. Another cool fact is that the design is essentially an orange cut up. If you were to take the pieces and put them together, they would form a giant round ball. Kinda cool. Dinning on the water with a view of the bridge and opera house was magic. That night, I went to see one of my favorite ...

Rainy Day Activities

A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 03, 2015

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... walls to give you an idea of what the houses had been like. The walls may actually have been parts of the original buildings.

We made it to the pancake restaurant and waited in a line that went quite quickly. We were seated on the basement floor that seemed much colder than outdoors. Suzanne found a warmer table so we moved there. We were talking as usual so it took a while before we ordered. A young man took our order and ...