ibis budget Casula Liverpool

437 Hume Highway (Cnr Grove Street), Casula, New South Wales, 2170, Australia | Motel
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This motel, located on 437 Hume Highway (Cnr Grove Street), Casula, is near The Rocks, Fairfield City Farm, Elizabeth Farm, and Day Trips to Asia.
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    A travel blog entry by me.andmyshadow on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... has been used since Roman times when it was thought to be a thoroughfare for trade. It became one of the major pilgrimage routes for Christians in medieval times as it is believed that the remains of St James are held at the end point at Santiago de Compostela. It is now on UNESCO's list of World Heritage sites. I must declare up front that my desire to walk the Camino is not ...

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    A travel blog entry by abennison on Jul 16, 2014

    ... 7. Then it was off for a guided coach tour around Dublin with a local guide. The guide was an older Irish woman who could probably talk underwater but she was fairly informative. We saw sights like the Guinness factory, Trinity College, etc. We have struck a bit of a currency problem here. All the rest of the UK have British pounds as their currency but not Southern Ireland who use the ...

    Home, Sydney, Australia

    A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy on Jul 03, 2014

    ... these people, becoming so familiar with each other to the point it is acceptable to talk about dodgy bowel habits, vomit, ****, pass judgment on differing success of individual facial hair growth and make inappropriate death jokes on varying forms of public transport. By the end of 5 weeks you even end up talking like them, adopting new catch phrases e.g holy ****, gooaaallllllllll, where's Alexia? What's the wifi code? etc. Travelling is all about seeing new places, ...

    Bangkok to Sydney and my birthday!

    A travel blog entry by harriet1708 on Jun 29, 2014

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    ... train! When we got to the bottom, we had to get the train back up...backwards, facing out to the cliffs and drop. Oh my god. Being dragged up a cliff backwards is not fun.........!!! We managed to survive all the rides so we got back in the bus and headed back towards Sydney. We had a quick stopover at their Olympic park and a little look around, then got dropped off at a pier to get the ferry back to circular quay near our hotel. We saw Sydney harbour all lit up ...