Milton Motel Apartments

Address: 19 Sheehan St, Brisbane, Queensland, 4064, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 19 Sheehan St, Brisbane, is near Boondall Wetlands Reserve and Tinchi Tamba Wetlands.
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      The Short Hop!

      A travel blog entry by wwh69 on Jan 08, 2015

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      Wx - Overcast & Drizzle in Brisbane PM (Min: 18 Max: 26)

      Well, I don't know what happened but the final pack saw a total of 16 kgs for the main pack plus 3.5 kgs for the Day Pack! I suspect it was the added toiletries to ensure my skin remains moisturised in the cold conditions of the NW USA...LOL! Nevertheless, it was a little more than I wanted to carry but I will ...

      Up to Queensland

      A travel blog entry by stie_downunder on Dec 22, 2014

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      ... Landing in BNE just before 20.00, it was already dark here, as there is no daylight saving time in QLD. We took the train to the city and then a taxi to reach our AirBnB accommodation in West End. It was a typical Queenslander, with some rooms in the lower level. Actually we expected that we are the only people there, but each room was rent to tourists.

      Make that fitbit work

      A travel blog entry by jroe on Dec 04, 2014

      ... a considerably long time to get to any of these places, if it was at all possible. So I decided to rent the city cycle and ride to the Mt Coot-tha lookout point, which was a 1hr bike ride from the city. I quickly gave up trying to ride through downtown which had no bike lanes and very pedestrian crowded sidewalks. Once I got down to the rivers edge, where there were many city cycles available, I ...

      Shipwrecks and Sand

      A travel blog entry by jroe on Dec 03, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... the “desert” which had about a 40 foot high sand pile. We waxed small plywood boards to slide down the sand dune. There was a slight learning curve to figure out the more wax the better and faster and more fun the ride was. However, it was certainly no small feat to hike back up the sand dune at the end of the ride. We had to be back at the ferry by 3:30, so it was really quite a short day on the ...

      First Impressions

      A travel blog entry by snaps on Nov 03, 2014

      5 photos

      ... where I could do my 'cuddle-a-koala' bit and see the Tasmanian Devils, red kangaroos, crocodiles, wombats and wallabies et al.

      So far I can't say I've tasted the Australian way of life quite yet, I'm still wet behind the ears at the start of my journey. Having said that I did have my first, incredibly close, encounter with a huntsman spider, or 'Arnold' as I've named him reflecting his muscular physique, but that's another story...