Campbelltown Colonial Motor Inn

20 Queen Street, Campbelltown, New South Wales, 2560, Australia | Inn
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This inn, located on 20 Queen Street, Campbelltown, is near Gledswood and Angsana Spa - Rydges Jamison.
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    Travel Blogs from Campbelltown

    It's good to see old faces

    A travel blog entry by sophieackland on May 10, 2014

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    ... that won’t go away as he said.

    We went out in Newtown on Saturday night. Newtown is a suburb outside of Sydney, about 15 minute train journey. Wicked place, lots of cool and quirky bars and pubs down there with great beer gardens. Not city like at all, more funky, hip and chilled out, had a really good night out there. I went for dinner with him on Monday and said our goodbyes, well au reviour for now. ...

    Sydney

    A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Mar 21, 2014

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    ... she was changing in the car at Glenorchy.

    But it's not the sight of this guy's underpants that upsets me. It's his shoes. He's one of these people from hot countries who buy ordinary lace up shoes but then because they are too lazy to untie the laces or their feet swell and they can't get them on just bend over the back of the shoe and wear it like a backless sandal. Why don't they just buy sandals in the first place? You see it all the time. It really makes ...

    Rain Day

    A travel blog entry by winebuff on Feb 28, 2014

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    ... seen. Fortunately, for me, she's saving herself for when we get to Shanghai where prices are 20% of those elsewhere.

    The walking about tired us sufficiently to warrant a rest stop back at the hotel. How conveneient to be able to come back for an hour or two. Later we headed down to check out the Sydney Opera House. After 40 years, the building is still the most stunning element of Sydney's architecture. We declined the $35 tour in favour of buying tickets to a ...

    Chinese New Year at Paddy's Market....

    A travel blog entry by teresa6514 on Feb 02, 2014

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    ... br> It is a gloriously wonderful, colourful sight, especially seeing all the young kids following the performers as the Lions glides inbetween all the different stalls, with the stallholders being blessed as the Lions roars past, haha.......

    Out into the street we go and just across the road from Paddy's Market is the entrance to China Town.

    The centre of Chinatown is the Dixon Street pedestrian mall which is the oldest part of Chinatown. This paved mall ...

    Day 1 - The Long Flight

    A travel blog entry by dancenetty on Dec 23, 2013

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    ... omelet for me! We left mum and dad at the departure gate at 7:30am with the typical departure group photo and lots of hugs. We left a bleary eyed mum and headed into customs which thankfully was quite quick today. The customs officer was surprisingly cheery exclaiming how many "teachers" take off overseas at this time of year. Hmmmmmmm I wonder why! After maneuvering our way through the duty free frenzy, saying hello to Santa and watching his elves take the ...