Ashton Gate Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of worked that one out ourselves. To get a rest we took the chair lift across the gorge, the longest single span chair lift in the world!! For Michele this chair lift was very reminiscent of the chair lifts she took in the Cairngorms in the 1970s !! There was no foot rest and a small bar that pulled over our midriffs. The other weird thing about the chairs was the way they leaned back. It all started fine with Michele taking photos on the iPad but when we reached ...
... respected each so much they stopped fighting in respect of each other's religious day prayer they stopped fighting for the days to bury the dead. We cross the Dardenelles by Ferry with views of Gallipoli peninsula and head towards our overnight stop Kolin Hotel at Canakkale. Our hotel was the most luxurious in the region, even Prince Philip and Jukia Gillard stayed here whe on they went to visit the Gallipoli centenary celebrations in April ...
... up for dinner, boy, were they good!
The following day we did a day outing to the Tamar Valley, a recommended wine territory route (thanks, Pat & Lamont!)! We stopped at the Tamar Islands Wetlands for a hike around the boardwalk, despite the warnings that copperhead snakes were about (the park volunteer assured me the snakes were ...
... Damnation and Recreation. Temptation being the Man O'Ross Hotel (c1835); Salvation - Roman Catholic Church (c1920); Damnation which was once the town gaol and now a private residence and Recreation being the Town Hall which is about 1880's.
Sitting in Vincent in the sunshine we had a lovely lunch of freshly made soup, fresh bread, espresso coffee and freshly cooked blueberry muffins (Sharon made those whilst we drank the coffee). Ah the luxuries ...
Had to leave our cabin today, and make our way to Launceston in the North East of Tassie. The low clouds and drizzle that have plagued since we came to Tasmania was back but gradually improved as we made our way east. There were a few attractions and view points along our route. The one that caught our attention was King Solomon's Caves. This a dry cave that was initially discovered about 1905, when two wallaby hunters saw one of their prey disappear down into it. They bought the ...