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Toscana Village Resort, Bottom Of Triple Tier Pool
Australia

The triple tiered pool at the Toscana Village Resort offers privacy and fun in the one area. Relax in the top or middle tier, while children can play in the shallows or under the cascade at the lower level. Toscana Village Resort apartments have commanding views to Coral Sea and Islands from its unique location on the hill side behind Airlie Beach.

Copyright: John Nayler
Typ: Cylindrical
Upplösning: 4096x1974
Uppladdad: 15/06/2012
Uppdaterad: 09/04/2014
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