Royal Albert Hotel

Corner Albert & Elizabeth Streets, Brisbane, Queensland, 4000, Australia | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by callumstravels

We arrive in Brisbane check into base which was right round the corner and handy. As we are all shattered we have a stroll down to the lagoon as there is no beach. Turns out to be a puddle that even Ruislip lido puts to shame. Bank holiday still so rammed! But strange that it had 5 life guards but never mind. We chill bath and go back for a mans size snooze. We noticed that Brisbane is very similar to London. A busy city with all that same sort of ...

The adventure begins...

A travel blog entry by tahlee

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Spent all day dithering and adding extra items to my suitcase before our 9pm flight out of Brisbane. Of course, despite being on the same flight, Mum and Dad are booked through a different airline and the closest I can book to sit near them is a row behind. Thankfully, the minute we get on the plane two guys who had been split across the last seat in Mum and Dad's row and ...

The Beginning of a Tough 4 Weeks

A travel blog entry by georgechat

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... brought it up again, saying we had ****** up, telling us we couldn't leave until Sunday, no matter what was booked... I told her that my sister had surprised me by extending our stay in Fiji by a week (just a little white lie) and she was like well tell your sister you can't go! I wasn't going to let a few days planting strawberries stop me from going to Fiji for an extra week! In the end I got so angry with her I told her to keep my bond and treat herself, and told her ...

Airport Lounges

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

22

... else around. You couldn't see the distance, but you can still get a good idea of what it is like in Hong Kong. Offshore were a dozen or more dredgers which were sucking up the harbour floor and putting it on the island. They must be growing the island by a good 10 metres all around!

Eventually we could check in and once we were freed from our bags then we were able to escape the airport and check out the local town of Tung Chung. The town is known for ...

Back in Brissie!

A travel blog entry by cornishsal

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... the ferry over to the Kangaroo Point Cliffs. These cliffs were originally created by a volcano and the river cut them out to how you see them today. They're very popular with rock climbers and also joggers who like to run up and down the steep stairs leading to the top. I stopped for a bit to watch a group of people who had a slackline stretched across part of the river and were practising acrobatics on it - a slackline is basically an elastic tightrope. It looked ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Corner Albert & Elizabeth Streets, Brisbane, is near The Brisbane River, Mount Coot-tha Lookout, Treasury Casino, and City Hall.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding