Metropolitan Motor Inn

Address: 106 Leichhardt Street, Brisbane, Queensland, 4001, Australia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 106 Leichhardt Street, Brisbane, is near Roma Street Parkland, Wheel of Brisbane, Chinatown, and Tilt Train.
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      Day 7 Going home

      A travel blog entry by danhoward on Jun 07, 2015

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      Today is my last day of my great adventure in Hawaii. Today I will finish packing my luggage and checking out of my hotel room. At 8 am, I will be catching a cab to the Honolulu International airport and boarding my first flight at 12:40pm. At 12:40pm I will be leaving Honolulu and landing at the Sydney international airport at 7:20pm. Once I land at the Sydney international airport I will have to wait 1 and a half hours for my connecting flight and ...

      The end

      A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 17, 2014

      1 comment

      ... and then he lifts the plastic bag with the tequila and I say 'tequila!'. And then he starts reciting the frickin' rules on carrying more than 100ml in hand luggage. ****!!! 750ml bottle of Tequila in hand luggage and these people have no sense of humour. I've been the policewoman on this trip, telling Fray not to joke with customs/immigration staff and I had carried the plastic bag with hand cream, paw paw ointment and my lip cream the whole trip, ...

      Departing Australia to Fiji

      A travel blog entry by blake.l on Nov 12, 2014

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      Organising a trip can be a long and difficult process

      If you are travelling to Fiji you will need a passport to leave and your country and enter Fiji. The good part is that no visa I required to go to Fiji. To get a passport if you don't have one is to go to online and.

      When I got my passport it was fairly easy to do although there was lots of paperwork to fill out. When I was getting my passport ...

      An interesting trip home

      A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 29, 2014


      ... a couple of spare blankets. I slipped my feet into the pouch and there I had a soft foot rest. It made sleeping so much more comfortable as my feet do not touch the floor when I recline the back normally.

      Woke during the night and went to the bathroom. When I came back, I found Wes using his phone as a torch to help the lady in front look for her purse. A flight attendant was called and she brought a torch. For some time she questioned the passenger and ...

      It's all happening Down Under. Brisbane round 2!

      A travel blog entry by hdoherty on Sep 09, 2014

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      ... jackets. But don't despair, there's always the option of shipping excess items home sweet home. For some ridiculous reason I decided Australia (the other side of the world) was the ideal place to send 4KG worth of luggage and presents home. Quite hilariously it's arrived after I returned (lost in transit for 3 months) but was only 30 to ferry home and meant that my backpack didn't make my back emotionally bleed as much. #winning

      May 4, 2009