Campbelltown Colonial Motor Inn

Address: 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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      Action Packed, Sun Filled, New Years in Sydney

      A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Jan 02, 2015

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      ... the sea perfectly blue and turquoise in parts. We could also just about make out the Sydney skyline. With 5 minutes to jump they opened the door and John made the final attachments to our harnesses. Finally the call came to jump and one by one (okay two by two) people jumped. I was 5th and Rachel 4th. I have to say her face was an absolute picture it was hilarious! She looked absolutely terrified. I was absolutely buzzing (although I look scared for a moment in my video), I wish ...

      Day 100 - Sydney, Australia

      A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Dec 11, 2014

      ... miss me if I never returned?. Someone once said that I am everyone's second best friend, great! All I want is to be happy and make people proud of me, the only problem is that I don't know how to do either. Today it rained, rained and then rained some more. We had nothing planned so I took the chance to go and get my haircut, went to an Italian barbers and he made a right mess of it, **** me it's not the hardest haircut in the world either. I then went to ...

      The First Day - Day One at Sea

      A travel blog entry by mmckinlay6 on Nov 11, 2014


      ... something that confuses me as a
      man... If I spent two hours shopping and came back with nothing I would feel like I have just wasted that time.

      Anyway, we got a taxi to White Bay Cruise Terminal shortly after 12pm. The taxi from our hotel (located in the middle of the CBD) only took 10-15 minutes over the ANZAC Bridge and cost about $20. We were due to check in shortly after 1pm according to our documents. We later found out that some people ...

      25. Traditional Fountain Cook and Phillip Park

      A travel blog entry by runewoodman on Oct 19, 2014

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      ... Fountain Cook and Philip Park

      Official name: I don't know the official name

      Designer: I don't know who designed it.

      Year opened: 2003

      Location: On the corner of College Street and William Street

      Materials: I don't know, shall I guess, granite?

      History: The Aquatic Centre ...


      A travel blog entry by abbytravels on Sep 13, 2014

      7 photos

      ... which was great and I finally tried sushi! Then me and Callum went over to Manly on the ferry. Somehow we ended up doing a tray of shots in the middle of the afternoon (I'll give you one guess as to who suggested it!) and then headed back to Georgies for dinner. Wednesday I went out to explore on my own and went up the Sydney Harbour Bridge pylon lookout which basically has views of the whole city. Then I found the shops... Need I say more! Wednesday night I went out with some of ...