Pegasus Motor Inn

Address: 71 Nudgee Rd, Brisbane, Queensland, 4007, Australia | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 71 Nudgee Rd, Brisbane, is near Brisbane Powerhouse, Customs House, Eagle Farm Racecourse, and Victoria Barracks Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Brisbane

    Ghost Hole

    A travel blog entry by dihalle on Oct 17, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Seuwww, just a tip, do not google the word ghost hole. I was trying to be cool and start off my blog with a definition, yet according to google 'Ghost hole' also means something that has to do with a finger, a ghost, and a different type of hole than I was referring to.

    Anyway, according to my experience a ghost hole is a hole in the ground that people trip over but doesn't exist. Hence, the story of my life.Half a year ...

    8 October, 2015 (Plot Twist)

    A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Oct 08, 2015

    ... but it was threatening to rain all day and I was
    not eager to get caught in another storm.

    I gave Bodger a great massage and
    scratch session, then wiped all the fur off myself and wrote in my
    journal for a few hours.

    It was Patty's birthday dinner tonight.
    Her sons Dirk (with girlfriend Lily) and Timo as well as Frank,
    Patty, and myself walked to the nearby Siam Sunset Thai restaurant.
    It was so refreshing to walk as a family somewhere. It ...

    31 August, 2015 (A Little Bit of This and That)

    A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Aug 31, 2015

    2 photos

    ... hinge voice). Vanessa then set me up with bagging
    the tourist kangaroo feed that we sell at the Kiosk. It was a
    mindless job, but I was actually really content to do it. She put me
    in the shade and I started to get cold, but otherwise was as happy as
    a clam. One of the Japanese guys was sent to help me by Gemma. I
    tried to talk to him and ask him how long he had been in Australia
    and where he was living, but he bobbed his head with ...

    Getting excited about leaving now

    A travel blog entry by bondytourers on Jul 14, 2015

    Hi everyone,
    Not long now before we go. Just last minute preparations like buying another jumper because I am worried I'll be cold at 17-18C (which I am in Brisbane!). Greg is preparing by gong to the physio and the doctors for a cortisone injection in his foot. Could be an interesting walk ahead, so stay tuned!! Looking forward to the walking and meeting Tim and Eliza in Paris at the end. They are there now and loving it, so I'm sure they won't mind returning.
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    Australia Zoo & the best day of my life

    A travel blog entry by hrw on Jun 14, 2015

    9 photos

    ... shoulder so it doesn't get pulled, and then he gives you the koala. They naturally hold onto your arm/shoulders and then you hold them under their bum with one hand and one on their back. Safe to say I was in my element. They are so soft, warm and surprisingly heavy. You have your proper photo first and then you can have someone take loads of you on your camera/phone. It was so so cool. When it came to having to give back my new best friend (gutted was an understatement) he ...