Jadran Motel & El Jay Holiday Lodge

Address: 54 Frank Street, Labrador, Gold Coast, Queensland, 4215, Australia | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 54 Frank Street, Labrador, is near Sea World, The Wax Museum, South Stradbroke Island Resort, and Aries Tours Glow Worm Tour.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Jadran Motel & El Jay Holiday Lodge Labrador

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Travel Blogs from Labrador

Poker Day

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jan 04, 2015

1 comment

... Goodbye old friends.  This afternoon, without warning, an intense poker game reared its head at the outdoor table. Jane was playing for the first time and was learning as she went. Rob was focused and unforgiving. Ben and Kori were wearing their swimming costumes, having been drawn in to the game on their way to the pool. We played fairly standard Texas Hold'em rules but used children's world-building letter blocks as chips, which I am told is unorthodox. The game was ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by derektanht on Nov 30, 2014

... shoes. I heard that they are cheaper here then back home but they were just as pricey as I soon discovered. I still decided to get one though as my old pair is really worn out. Choose a blue canvas shoe which I hope is not available back home. The damage is A$75. I also ended up with 2 pairs of berms from RipCurl. It was going for 2 for A$60 and I kinda bought it on impulse as they looked nice and are slim fit. I have been looking at designs like this for a while and I just had ...

Husband going cheap – any takers ?

A travel blog entry by dougo on Aug 06, 2014

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... 8230; heading to the Gold Coast via Casino and Murwillumbah.







The road to Murwillumbah - the Bruxner Highway - had some 34km of windy road which could not for the most part be driven at more 80km+ per hour – in my view. We were stuck behind two 4WD pulling caravans and luckily one pulled over several kilometres in the climb and the second one pulled about 1/2 way. We saw a wallaby on the side of the mountain contemplating his ...

Week 11 We have named the Camper Vincent

A travel blog entry by wherrol on May 08, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

... As mentioned before, the quicker we are, the less time Chris is away from the build of our camper.

This week the...
Kitchen window finally arrived, late yesterday afternoon. Installation took place after we left today. Then, on the way home we received a text message and a photo - 'it fits". We of course it would fit.

Vinyl flooring is attached...wow we are thrilled with that. We really like it.

Cables - Geeze ...

Part 2 of the last one, after the snoozefest

A travel blog entry by raniaandlaura on Jan 06, 2014

3 comments

... Aileen's MSc didn't cover the proper name for a 'Fruit Garden' (Orchard) and Neil Bucha-ran didn't know who Dame Edna was despite an accurate artistic portrayal. The oldies were victorious but it was a close game, most of us surprised at our Pictionary abilities. No one really moved when the fire alarm went off because we knew it would be a false alarm. Turns out the dorm next door were spraying too much deodorant and set it off. This in itself was almost unbelievable as ...