Travelodge Hotel Garden City Brisbane

Address: 18 MacGregor Street (Cnr Logan Road) Upper Mount, Brisbane, Queensland, 4122, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 18 MacGregor Street (Cnr Logan Road) Upper Mount, Brisbane, is near Tilt Train and Toohey Forest.
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      Aussie Mountains, Aussie Beaches

      A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Mar 27, 2015

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      ... in Murwillumbah, a lovely little town on the banks of the lazy Tweed River. The small, cozy hostel was the perfect place to sit back and watch the rain pour down, something it did a lot of in our 3 days here. While it rained we took the time to learn about the interesting geography of the area: Murwillumbah is located within the southern hemisphere’s largest “erosion crater” and all the hills around ...

      A Look Around

      A travel blog entry by codie on Feb 10, 2015

      ... to the kitchen and made our pasta with tuna potatoes and mixed beans. Made loads of it and put it in tbs for tomorrow. Had a slice of cake after too.

      Went and got the laptops to use by the receptions, spent a bit longer there this time, then went for showers. Then watched a film.

      People came to the beds near us, were so loud, they were idiots to. The room was so ...

      Hanging with a fuzzy sleepy Sheldon in Brissy!

      A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Jan 26, 2015

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      ... munching and a-snoozing without a care in the world. But to be honest... The koala retirement home didn't look much different from the other koala dens... Just a bunch of sleepy, lazy, koalas. They don't need to retire... Retirement is pretty much the constant lifestyle of a koala! I was more than happy to hand over some money so I could experience holding a koala close to my chest... My furry fwend was called Sheldon (I asked if this from 'The Big Bang Theory', ...

      The Curse of the Natural Bridge

      A travel blog entry by rpdizy on Dec 31, 2014

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      ... found a few top candidates. 42Fifteen, just a few minutes away, was actually rated the top restaurant (of all types) in Southport -- and it opened at 7am. We figured to be there shortly after opening, and on our way to Natural Bridge by 8am, and easily home before lunch.

      But the Curse of the Natural Bridge was to complicate our day.

      The proprietors of 42Fifteen had decided to shut down for two weeks over ...

      Wait what?! I need a visa for Australia!!

      A travel blog entry by jetset_travel on Dec 18, 2014

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      ... enticing prospect as it unfolds . I slept the entire 4 hour duration of the Nadi - Brisbane flight and was successfully picked up by Marissa and Ken ( host dad and sister ) and have since been spending my time catching up, enjoying the newly renovated home, and lounging by the pool. It's great to be back! Check out my 'Song of the week': Geronimo by Sheppard *Sheppard is an Australian indie-pop band from Brisbane, not so coincidental, but good ...