Maclin Lodge Motel

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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Travel Blogs from Campbelltown

Surfing and Sights In Manly

A travel blog entry by ostrowski on May 21, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... protest, joined by pensioners, to voice their concern over the cuts in education and the rising costs. The masses were shouting and carrying signs while marching past our hotel. They were accompanied by TV crews, mounted police on horseback and at least a 100, probably more, police on foot. They are concerned about health care and the age at which retirement can be collected. Sounds familiar.

We had another great day in Sydney and Manly!


Phnom Penh and Vietnam

A travel blog entry by jakebutler on Mar 20, 2014

21 photos

... flying to Bangkok so I wanted to make use if it as I hadn't seen much if the city and knew of this old prison you could go and see. I was the only one up for it but luckily I met another couple of people who were up for it so we all went together. That was really interesting because it was used in the Vietnam war to keep southerners and Americans in and you could see where some escaped through the sewers and the conditions they had to live in as well as the ...

Rain Day

A travel blog entry by winebuff on Feb 28, 2014


... parking lot about 40 years ago, it has been both restored and renovated to become a shopping and dining destination replete with unique shops woven into the clothing and jewelry stores one might expect. Other than for a solitary Starbucks, everything else is not part of an internationl chain. It felt more like a museum visit....a fantastic shoe museum!

We chose to have breakfast here at an Italian cafe and both of us opted for Eggs Benedict which turned out to be ...

Chinese New Year at Paddy's Market....

A travel blog entry by teresa6514 on Feb 02, 2014

9 photos

... Paddy's Markets!

The market is packed to the rafters and after a short while I want to escape, until we hear the commotion coming from the fruit stall section, where we see a huge Chinese Lion!!!

It is the largest lion in the Southern Hemisphere and is part of the official Eye Dotting Ceremony to mark the Chinese New Year. Specially produced and imported from China, the lion is brought to
life by 50 participants, including stallholders from ...

Day 1 - The Long Flight

A travel blog entry by dancenetty on Dec 23, 2013

12 photos

... where we swapped to her mums car and drove into the airport. Scott, Rae and I got to the airport about 10minutes before Mum, Dad & Cathryn. We found where we had to check in our bags and get our boarding passes (F10 -16). The time is 5:40am and the airline check ins do not start until 6am, so we all very sleepily hang around. We line up so we can be at the front of the line. At check in (which they started 5min early woop woop), we were told we actually need ...