St Lucia Gardens

Address: 2 Gailey Rd, Brisbane, Queensland, 4067, Australia | Hotel
 
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      BrisBANE of my life.

      A travel blog entry by emilygeorgia18 on Jan 25, 2015

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      ... me no worries I've been there before. She then tried to google my way but wasn't local.....Then a guy over the street called Jonno spotted the both of us looking a bit lost and asked if he could help. This guy told me that I should have turned the opposite way out of the police station. Police. POLICE!? Are you kidding me? Even the police are ballsing up routes now. Anyway, Jono was an absolute angel and helped me with my bags ...

      Beautiful Brisbane

      A travel blog entry by carlstravelblog on Jan 06, 2015

      Hello Everyone!

      I made it safely to Australia and have thoroughly enjoyed my 1st week here in Brisbane- let me outline some of the reasons why!

      In Brisbane, I stayed with some friends I had met whilst travelling in Malaysia called Richard and Lebo. This probably made my experience the fantastic 1 that it was. They made me feel so welcome in their home, gave me a lot of great advice about Brisbane and ...

      Brisbane continued

      A travel blog entry by emmaandcraig on Nov 29, 2014

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      ... and a man made beach. We walked down to the maritime museum but it was closing early so we decided to head back and discuss important plans over a beer and some live music.

      As we had decided to head up to Chinatown in the evening and eat there we walked back across the river on the Victoria Bridge and took the free ferry to Sydney St and then back to Holman St. We then climbed up and walked across Story Bridge to an area called 'Fortitude Valley' which ...

      Suprise Visitors

      A travel blog entry by badger2 on Nov 02, 2014



      Today we decided to go the hotel for lunch, once again
      the food and service was good. After lunch Bronwyn and I watched a couple
      movies. We had a couple of surprise guests arrive in the evening. Twiggy and
      Mary from the Jayco club came down to see us before they had dinner at the
      hotel. It was a great catch up for a couple of hours.

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      An unplanned day in Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by tbienek on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... bit of the oil, slap that together in his hand, pop it onto a paper plate then, cut the roti into squares and with out looking and taking the order for the next one, flip the pieces on to the plate. With great fanfare a little cocktail fork was added and the happy diner would get their roti and were then able to add sauces or more chilli. It took me a while to figure out the ordering process, but I was so fascinated by the proceedings. Dinner and a show... I finally got into ...