The Clarendon Hotel

Address: 347 Hunter Street, Newcastle, New South Wales, 2300, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 347 Hunter Street, Newcastle, is near Blackbutt Reserve.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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    Newcastle area

    A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on Sep 28, 2014

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    Early start today. Off to visit the church were I did my course, Macquarie Life Church. Great service, (a bit different to our visit to the little Anglian church the week before), this time a congregation of about 400 and the service and worship time was very similar to Cornerstone ( a little louder) but great to give praise and ...

    One week in.....

    A travel blog entry by moffatsoztrip on May 09, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... bait is set I pick up the rod with the lure and have a big weight on the end. I'm guessing a big clump of weed. I struggle to get it to the surface and theres a big clump of weed and a big Octopus!!

    Sergio was only telling me last night that his mate catches these things and the only way to kill them is to put your hand inside them and pull there guts out. This thing has a head the size of a football ...

    Reflections on our "incredible India" adventure

    A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Apr 09, 2014

    22 photos

    ... institutions compete in the education market for the Indian Rupee. It is unfortunate that the rampant population growth can't be curtailed. Each year, it grows by more than the total of the entire Australian population.
    vii) the English language is used very quaintly by the Indians. They have trouble in pronouncing the letter "w". So "vheat", "vot", "velcom" are common. Yet when wanting to use the word "very", it is pronounced "werry". Linguistic nightmare I would ...

    Wine tasting in Coal Mining Country!

    A travel blog entry by cornishsal on Mar 08, 2014

    7 photos

    ... and take photos! The track took me past a smaller fort - Shepherd's Hill, but it was a bit dilapidated and graffitied. I arrived at Fort Scratchley at 11am and booked myself on to the next guided tour at 11:30 giving myself plenty of time to have a look around above ground - the guided tours take you down through the tunnels. The fort is "a work in progress" so although they've done a fantastic job on the restoration work so far you can really see ...


    A travel blog entry by burkinator on Jan 22, 2014

    11 photos

    ... job. I gave Gordon a hug before I left.

    I knew I was going to work at a horse stable and I knew that my boss' friend was there to pick up a horse, so I was expecting like a truck of some sort, but he came in an ute (which I didn't know was called an ute at the time)!! I've seen those cars around all over Australia and they seemed cool, like a low rise pickup truck but made to look more sporty and I've always wanted to sit in one of those and now I got to! On the way ...