Metropolitan Motor Inn
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... very day and spend the entire Wednesday (next day) in Downtown Brisbane.
Well, I am actually very happy with my new itinerary. I won't tell you its content now as you will be able to see and read it anyways within the next days to come. However, I did tell Ulli the details since she gave me very good hints to start with.
After I left the Peter Pans, I had a hot dog as lunch snack...just to try it. But it was not tasty at all. ...
... in the 1800s as a penal colony because Sydney wanted to get rid of its worst convicts, so they sent 1000 to Brisbane. During WW II over 1M American troops took R&R here between 1942 and 1945. The saying then was they was "Over-paid, over-sexed, and over here." The local boys found them to be unwanted competition, more-or-less. Now it has 2M people, and is the automobile import centre for the country at 250,000 autos/yr (That’s a lot for 20M people. I’m ...
Michelle and I spent our last day in Australia touring the village of Kuranda. It's a town on the Atherton Tableland in Far North Queensland, Australia and is surrounded by tropical rainforest as well as being adjacent to the Barron Gorge National Park. Again...please google if you want more information than that. It's a quaint little town that's on top of the rainforest -- it reminds me of one of the little mining towns you'd find along Hwy 49 in the gold ...
... to make it through the next set of checking in and out without any dramas although someone mislaid their passport for a brief moment. We didn't have time to browse the shops and we're lucky to get a toilet break in before boarding the next flight. The next 13 hours were some of the longest we have all had to get through. With most of us not getting any sleep the trip seemed to drag on and on. Finally at 6 am we landed safely and made our way through customs. Shortly afterwards ...
... s old Mallesons crew at Karen & Chris' pad in Bardon. Again it had been 4 years since we had seen most of them & it was pretty coincidental that so many of us were in Brisbane on the same day. As expected, most had new offspring to show off! Chris & Karen with Benjamin (just 2) & bump due on Anzac Day are now back to being Brisbane residents & living in a stunning ...