Travel Blogs from Brisbane
... the zoo we took the bus to the top of Mount Coot-Tha, where we could see some stunning views across Brisbane. We decided to do one of the walking trails, which I assumed would take us down part of the mountain, you know a nice and easy down hill stroll with a nice cool breeze blowing in the scorching heat. This was all good and well but to my horror we later found out that we had to also go back up the mountain. Now I know ...
... towards a turkey walking around your back garden area. I was scared to say the least. There are many reasons I prefer living in cities, and the lack of wandering animals is one of them. So, when I first saw Turkey Lurkey wandering around our neighbours garden, I feared a turkey-claw attack and ran inside. But, Turkey Lurkey has been living here much longer than me, wasn't phased, and didn't leave. My next encounter was ...
Na 10 jaar roepen ik ga naar Australie ben ik dan eindelijk gegaan. Nu 10,5 maand later zit de reis erop. Een reis voor het leven. Een reis om nooit meer te vergeten. Een reis van uitersten hoogte- en dieptepunten. Een reis waarin ik mezelf beter heb leren kennen.
Australie was niet alleen een jaar van vrijheid, blijheid, maar ook een jaar van mezelf leren kennen. Velen zullen dit niet weten, maar dit was voor ook een reden om te gaan reizen. Reizen betekent voor mij ...
... at the stag of this wedding, but that's a little different as.. well it was a stag. It took place down the Sunshine Coast near Surfer's Paradise and was actually the first stag I've ever attended. The Friday night comprised a nice BBQ and a few beers. It was going well and I threw on my soul playlist on the speakers, thinking I was Chris O' Dowd in The Sapphires. That reference is probably a bit premature for people in Ireland, but it's a film out here at the moment ...
... but also comforting new adventure.
Brisbane, our first stop, was a great example of “perfect” Australia. It felt like a model town with its spotless and easily-navigable streets and it certainly appeared in stark contrast to, for example, Kathmandu. We waltzed into our immaculate 15th-floor apartment and spent our first evening staring out of the floor-to-ceiling window across the brightly-lit city while we drank chilled white wine and ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Transcontinental Hotel Brisbane
Other places to stay in Brisbane
Corner Grey & Glenelg Streets, Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $192
- Best location in town, wonderful staff
- A little bland
- Quite a good hotel
249 Turbot Street, Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $198
- A bit disappointed
- Nice Hotel but MyBed not for all
- Proudly Supports Our Veterans
108 Albert Street, Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $152
200 Creek Street, Brisbane | 3 star hotelfrom $163
- Would never stay at this hotel again
- Novotel - comfy, clean and efficient
- Very Good
190 Elizabeth St, Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $212
- Polite Staff
- Hilton Brisbane - a dump which smells like a stale nightclub
- Fantastic Business Hotel
515 Queen St, Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $231
- A typical Marriott Hotel
- A Great Place to Stay
- Good hotel
Cnr Edward & Margaret Sts, Brisbane | 5 star hotelfrom $229
- Great Stay in Brisbane
- Excellent service & location
- Very nice Hotel
161 Grey St, Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $182
- Great stay at the Saville!
- Valet Parking
- Great Value, Well Appointed
26 Felix Street, Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $158
159 Roma Street, Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $116
- Great rooftop deck
- What a fantastic surprise this hotel is!!!
- You're not going to get any closer to transport around Queensland than here!
27 - 35 Turbot Street, Brisbane | 3 star hotelfrom $126
- Fantastic view
- Barely Okay
- Excellent value and location
70 Mary St, Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $173
85 - 87 North Quay, Brisbane | 3 star hotelfrom $160
- Nice but Small
- It's okay, but not great
- Good place to stay
106 Ann Street, Cnr Ann and Roma Sts, Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $167
King George Square, Cnr Ann & Roma Street , Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $132
345 Wickham Terrace, Brisbane | 3 star hotelfrom $135
- Piece of crap
- Different Expectations?
- Very basic
23 Leichhardt St , Brisbane | 3 star hotelfrom $120
95 Charlotte Street, Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $133
15 Ivory Lane, Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $142
66 Queen Street Mall, Brisbane | 3 star hotelfrom $136
570 Queen Street, Brisbane | 3 star hotelfrom $122
130 William Street, Brisbane | 5 star hotelfrom $286
- Beautiful Old Hotel, Great location!
- Beautiful Building but Poor Customer Service
- A truly grand hotel
Corner Alice & Albert Streets, Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $159
255 Ann St, Brisbane | 3 star hotelfrom $142
44 Ferry Street, Brisbane | 4 star hotelfrom $146
293 North Quay, Brisbane | 3 star hotelfrom $140