Military Lodging - Australia

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Carlsbad, California
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We stayed at the Springfield Lodge by King's Cross. It's not too big, clean, and unairconditioned. It may have been an old hotel or very large house. Under $100 a night. We would stay there again. It's a block from the subway and right in the heart of everything.
Jim and Garrie
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Joined Mar 2011
Originally posted by GarrieLynnR
We stayed at the Springfield Lodge by King's Cross. It's not too big, clean, and unairconditioned. It may have been an old hotel or very large house. Under $100 a night. We would stay there again. It's a block from the subway and right in the heart of everything.
Jim and Garrie
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