Meriton Serviced Apartments Brisbane on Adelaide Street
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking hotel
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After the heat and humidity of Cairns it was great to arrive in a much cooler Brisbane, in the south of Queensland. We stayed in a really comfortable apartment with great facilities on Adelaide Street in the CBD, about a 20 minute walk from the main tourist areas.
After a quiet night in, we met up the following day with one of Fiona's …
Awoke to a lovely morning, a bonus after the disappointing weather yesterday. We sat around a big table with the other guests and were looked after very well by our host. Lovely fruit and breads etc. for breakfast. Our host's advice was to take the costal walk from Palm Cove up to a Light House on the cliff so we departed and made our way there. We …
Another fine day. There is a free ferry service called the City Hopper which goes up and down the river zig zagging from one side to the other. We got on at Eagle Street Pier, headed up stream and got off at South Bank. This area has lovely parklands with a promenade, lots of cafes and a man-made beach equipped with life guard! This area was …
A nice day. We decided to take the city sites hop on and off bus. $35 each. It's not open top but we were able to see most landmarks and we saw around the whole city with commentary from the bus driver.
We got off at Mount Coot-tha reserve which has a lookout over the city. We decided to do one of the 'short' bush walks to the Slaughter …
A pretty dull day with showers. This was a good opportunity to go to the City Hall museum. This building was just re opened in April after a major face lift. The Museum concentrates on the development of Brisbane with particular emphasis on the role of the river. There is also a large section on the importance that Expo 88 played in the …