BEST WESTERN Ashfields Philip Lodge Motel

156 Parramatta Road, Ashfield, New South Wales, 2131, Australia | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel, located on 156 Parramatta Road, Ashfield, is near Vaucluse House, Ski Tube & Summit Gallery, Newington, and Hwa Tsang Monastery.
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    Travel Blogs from Ashfield

    Heading for Scotland

    A travel blog entry by abennison on Jul 13, 2014

    Up this morning and Heather says her back is a little better but still painful. Off we head through the Yorkshire Dales to the Lake District. We stopped at Lake Windemere for a short lake cruise where, for some reason, our tour director gave us all boxes of shortbread biscuits.. This lake is England's largest. Back on the bus and off to Grassmere ...

    To Innsbruck

    A travel blog entry by abennison on Jul 05, 2014

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    ... From there it was onto shuttle coaches and up to Eagles Nest, a hang out for Hitler and his mates. This place nests atop a huge mountain and is serviced by a one lane road that was built by an Italian team, commissioned by the Nazi Party leaders back in the 30s. All the buildings, the elevator and the road were constructed in just 13 months. This is a staggering effort when you see the scale of the task. The views from the top are indescribable, 360 degree awesome scenery. Only one of ...

    Blue Mountain and the Hunter Valley

    A travel blog entry by worldatlarge14 on Apr 23, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    So since my last update things have only been getting better. Last Saturday I got together a group of ten people to get on the train and head down to the blue mountains. The group split up a bit when we got there, so I went on a hike with 3 other Canadians and two Dutch girls. It was great, got down to the leura cascade falls, witnessed some amazing views and had some great laughs. We spent ...

    Strangers in a strange land.

    A travel blog entry by luigisadventure on Apr 01, 2014

    ... were both confronting our fears and fulfilling our collective sense of adventure. Unfortunately for Chris he had to sit and live in his fear for two ten hour flights surrounded by no one who spoke English and turbulence that worried even me. Credit to him though, he did it and I am endlessly proud of him. At one of his more worried moments I assured him that at some point over the next 2 months I would hold a Spider the size of my hand as consolation. Why ever I did I will not ...

    Sydney and the Opera House

    A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Mar 16, 2014

    10 photos

    ... conversation. In the same area and within easy walking distance was the Sydney Harbour Bridge, a classic suspension bridge for cars and trains as well as pedestrians. It also provided an opportunity to photograph the Opera House one more time. The Australian Hotel pub was in the same area and needed visiting, they offered 130 different types of beer and when we told the friendly waiter that there was no ...