Comfort Inn & Suites Robertson Gardens
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... detours to see different things. Totally worth it, and if it wasn't getting late, I probably would have stretched it out even more.
My second day in Brisbane I did a bit more adventuring and went out to a suburb of Brisbane to go to the Harley dealership - the oldest Harley dealership in Australia. I thought that was fairly cool, so I decided I had to check it out. It was cool to see, there wasn't anything very different than your ...
DAY 49The final bit of preparation for Fiji, other than ensuring we had enough suncream and mosquito repellent to supply an army, was to get some snorkels and masks.
We took the bus down to an area just past the cricket stadium, and we got to see a bit of the more mundane Brisbane. We returned to the hotel with snorkels and masks and then set out for lunch followed by a walk around the city sites. ...
... by that much!! With a bottle of KeriKeri's finest, we were on our way to find our b&b and gracious host waiting for us. Treghan Cottage is beautiful and was a welcome sight after a very long day. Lights out at 11:00 pm which was only 8:00pm "body clock time" but we were knackered. My Peak - surviving the flight My Pit - my finger His Peak - A380 business class was every bit as good as he had imagined. His Pit - everything to do with the cab driver See you ...
... was built in 1946.
The City hosted the World Exposition in 1988, two years after Vancouver. We crossed the Victoria bridge and explored the Southbank Parklands, the site of the Expo. This area now hosts many public facilities including the Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Museum and Science Centre, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Queensland Conservatorium and the Queensland Maritime Museum.
The park and water features, including ...
It's a truth as old as time that first impressions are important, so as I caught the train from the airport to Roma Street, Brisbane, I was eager to see what mine would be of the first stop on my journey around Australia.
My first excursion into sunny Brisbane, as I reluctantly fought the powerful clutches of jet-lag, took me for a stroll along the famous South Bank Parklands. Home of a man-made beach that sits next to the imaginatively named 'Brisbane River', which ...