Toowong Central Motel Apartments

38 Jephson Street (Corner Lissner Street), Brisbane, Queensland, 4066, Australia | Motel
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This motel, located on 38 Jephson Street (Corner Lissner Street), Brisbane, is near Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt. Coot-tha, Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, South Brisbane Memorial Park, and Bishopsbourne.
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    Kiwi for breakfast

    A travel blog entry by clarkstar on Aug 14, 2014

    ... so that was coolio. Cheap drinks and lose women love it. Steve had now arrived having finished work and we were getting on it *****! God knows what time it is at this point but I'm **** a doodle doo-ed.

    Later on we find ourselves in a different bar waiting for the girls, shots are flying so is the banter and its all good. Steve decided to snort some salt when doing a tequila, I decided Im not that stupid. The ...

    DAY 1 - Brisbane - Port of Brisbane

    A travel blog entry by jack.sanburg on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... as there are no safety precautions here. i only went in to waist height as the swell was strong. i would not recommend taking a school group here for a swim. but it is a perfect place to go for a scenic drive or take a walk.
    Then after lunch I went to the coffee shop and got myself an ice-cream, and it was good. For dinner I went down to the fire & stone restaurant and the food was incredible. I returned to my villa at about 9 and went to sleep.


    Taking the First Steps!

    A travel blog entry by bron.masterman on Jul 28, 2014

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    Who knew there was so much to do before setting off on an international journey? I'll have to make sure my clients at the travel agency know what's needed to be totally prepared. At least I didn't have to organise travel insurance, as my boss has arranged that for me.

    Everyone knows that they need a passport to leave the country and that was easy to get by filling in a form I got from Australia Post, getting a passport photograph ...

    Day 1

    A travel blog entry by declyngoode on Jul 23, 2014

    ... and got changed to go out and meet the rest of the people I will be spending the next week with. When I got there I was greeted by Joy our tour leader. I got to a table with only 5 people there but in another 5 minutes there were another 4 of us. It was actually a great night because all of us except 2 were about the same age. We all shared stories and our lifestyle and by the end of the night we all felt like close ...

    Back to hostel life

    A travel blog entry by sophieackland on Jul 15, 2014


    ... as more as a stop on the way to go somewhere along the East Coast.

    The interview with the agency went well and she said she would hope next week for work. I wouldn't mind waiting if I could sunbathe but as I can't I'm going to be twiddling my thumbs waiting. I've met two nice girls from my hostel so at least I'm not by myself. Fingers crossed for warmer weather! ...