Carlyle Suites & Apartments

Address: 148 Tarcutta Street, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, 2650, Australia | Motel
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This motel is located on 148 Tarcutta Street, Wagga Wagga.
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          Travel Blogs from Wagga Wagga

          Day 146. Tullibigeal to Coolamon. 200Ks.

          A travel blog entry by terro12 on Nov 07, 2015

          ... We have been here a few times now and we always seem to be able to get the same spot in the park. There are some alterations going on. The old tennis courts next door have been dismantled in preparation of expanding the camping area. It is a good idea, more spots would be good but we wouldn't want t lose the feel of the camp! No photos ...

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          A travel blog entry by emjhadley on Sep 01, 2014

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          ... that are all part and package of the travelling experience but are little things that become so important again when you have them back. When you've had nights of broken sleep on a long and bumpy bus journey, you start to appreciate a comfy bed again. Or even just having a little bit of me-time, where you're not constantly having to introduce yourself to people and ask which country they're from. Just to be able to cook dinner without loads of backpackers doing the same ...


          A travel blog entry by emjhadley on Aug 18, 2014

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          ... felt as if they were part of the family. It made me sad as I certainly did not have anything close to that with mine. I sometimes felt as if I was inconvenience to my family and that I was always in the way. They were never rude to me or anything but I felt as if I was looking for more from them. It was a shame but I know that some people in these sorts of jobs can get treat very badly, so I'm just grateful that my whole experience was at least a good one. Although I was ...

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          A travel blog entry by rosiecampbell89 on Apr 20, 2014

          ... cups. It was a delight that no one wanted to face so after the first sweep we were thinking about other things, like the races at Randwick. Amy, Franks and I went to the supermarket to buy champagne and a few things to make a nice brekkie. We came back to find sewage back flowing up the drain in the back yard. Yuk. Obviously too many people using the toilers had caused a blockage. Luckily the girls landlord seemed very relaxed about what was going on and sent out ...