Hamilton Motor Inn

Address: 422 Kingsford Smith Dr., Brisbane, Queensland, 4007, Australia | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located on 422 Kingsford Smith Dr., Brisbane, is near Brisbane Powerhouse, Customs House, Eagle Farm Racecourse, and Victoria Barracks Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Brisbane

      Plane to paradise

      A travel blog entry by luke.ridden on Feb 20, 2015

      3 photos

      ... garden inside Singapore airport after that on my way to my terminal I took advantage of the free foot and calf massage. Singapore airport is an amazing place and many activities are available from swimming in the roof top pool to watching a blockbuster movie in the free cinema. After a short layover at the airport and a small flight ...

      The Journey

      A travel blog entry by emma.harvey on Jan 27, 2015

      ... of time! I got myself a drink and before long, I was going through security for the third and final time! Yippee! I also ended sitting next to another girl who was going travelling so we chatted, ate some more and fell asleep for the remainder of the 7 hour flight. Getting out of Brisbane airport was surprisingly quick and I was soon on the last leg of my journey - a train to Brisbane Central, right next ...

      Brisbane

      A travel blog entry by kas19 on Jan 09, 2015

      1 comment

      ... visiting these jumpers I happened to be sanding under a tree and was fortunate to feel the plop of pigeon poop right on top of my head. While in the bathroom wiping the poo from my hair an elderly lady caught on to what had happened and then burst into fits of laughter while washing her hands. Her giggles continued as she dried her hands and departed the facilities. Jordana was much more empathetic as she found me in the washroom and helped wipe the deposit from my locks. ...

      Shipwrecks and Sand

      A travel blog entry by jroe on Dec 03, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... met at 6:45am) via van and ferry. When we got there we first did snorkeling around the Tangalooma ship wreck. An old dredge ship was purposely sunk just a few meters off the shore so you can snorkel around the ship wreck. I’ve done a few scuba trips around old wrecks in Hawaii. My favorite thing about wrecks is that lots of coral tends to grow on them which is cool and fish are very plentiful. Unfortunately ...

      At Sea from Brisbane

      A travel blog entry by rozzij on Oct 13, 2014

      4 photos

      ... to Tony's prior advice, we got up to the top deck to watch the ship being manoeuvred by the tugs. We ran into Anne & Col again and watched the proceedings with them. Also ran into Joe & his wife Joy from Torbay Cafe. Joe introduced us to another Hervey Bay couple as well.

      I sent texts to Bruce & Greig to let them know we were safely aboard and moving down the river. It was great to watch the ship pass under the Gateway Bridges. It looked like the top ...