Oaks Festival Towers

108 Albert Street, Brisbane, Queensland, 4001, Australia | 4 star hotel
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Vietnamese immersion.

A travel blog entry by marilynjw on Jul 19, 2014

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A bit disappointing that what I wrote last night didn't survive the fact that our free Wi Fi came to an end. I'm sure that I saved it but oh well I can't find it now.
What a marvellous day we had. We began the day with a bit if shopping. Peter was looking for and found a good digital radio. I was looking for some summer trousers and I too was …

Monday (our last day) in Redcliffe

A travel blog entry by cbaruss

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This day was in many ways a bit of a housekeeping day for us. The day started out on a perfect note with tired but happy kids and tired grown ups from yesterday's adventure. After Chef Barney made a delicious pancake breakfast we planned out the rest of the day. The Dads decided to take the kids on a nature walk to Bunyaville Conservation Park. They had an amazing morning, seeing gorgeous trees and ...

Back in Brissie!

A travel blog entry by cornishsal

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... of the museums. First of all I headed to the Museum of Brisbane, a free museum inside the City Hall. The building itself, officially opened in 1930, has some beautiful architecture especially in the entrance and the main auditorium, which holds the wonderful Father Henry Willis Organ, originally built in 1891. I was even able to do a free tour up the clock tower, riding to the top in Australia's oldest manually operated cage lift! The view from the top was great and I ...

Wall to wall sunshine

A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel

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... for 2 hours. This is normal city transport , used by the locals, either to work, school or Unie etc and it cost us A$6.10 each.
As we travelled along the river there was a mixture of modern and old buildings, many high raised buildings and further out from the CPD area where the apartments have lovely views of the river. There were also old warehouses all well maintained.
The dress in Australia is very casual, shorts (some ...

Travelling

A travel blog entry by frenchc

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... friend of Jess's called Emma, and here I finally met Tom. We had the place to ourselves for the first night and then Emma and here boyfriend Matt came back on the Sunday night....there where five of us in a 1 bed unit, 'twas a bit squishy!! On the Saturday night we headed to St.Kilda, which was recommended to me by. Lissy. It was beautiful and great to finally walk along a beach again, but after being in the bush for 3 months the ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on 108 Albert Street, Brisbane, is near The Brisbane River, Mount Coot-tha Lookout, Queen Street Mall, and MacArthur Museum Brisbane.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good