Thursday, August 23, 2007

Fair dinkum deals on accommodation in Australia

Tourists who flock to Australia will never fail to visit the three cities with their famous landmarks.

First stop, Brisbane. Not a lot of people know of the Brisbane Story Bridge Adventure Climb. Well, now you do. The Story Bridge is one of Brisbane's most treasured landmarks. See Brisbane in 360 degree, its river and mountain ranges. And while you are there, visit our favourite crocodile hunter's Australia Zoo. Dolphin feeding, whale watching. Crikey! Lucky we have great and affordable accommodation at Brisbane Hotels.

Second stop, Sydney. And its Sydney Opera house. I am glad to announce to you that it has very recently been appointed a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a famous 20th century building which has held many theatre, ballet and musical production.

Darling Harbour, Bondi Beach for beautiful bodies, the infamous King Cross, the spectacular Mardi Gras. Need I say more? And while you are there, check out Sydney Hotels. Where else can you find a 4-star rating hotel for less than AUD100?

Third stop, Melbourne. This is where I live. I can go on and on about the places you should visit. The Yarra and Dandenong Ranges, enjoy the spectacular view of countless vineyards, Crown Casino, food haven. Melbourne Hotels? No worries, mate. Never short of them. I have personally been to the Charsfield Boutique Hotel at St. Kilda road twice for Christmas dinners. A grand Victorian building among the concrete jungle, rare site indeed.

More stops? CheaperthanHotels Australia offers great all-year-round and last minute deals, so you won't have to miss out on any savings. And very often these amazing rates include breakfast and/or other free meals and use of amenities.

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