Canadian Lodge

10 Valley Drive, Ballarat, Victoria, 3350, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 10 Valley Drive, Ballarat, is near Sovereign Hill, Blood on the Southern Cross, Ballarat Wildlife Park, and Ballarat Fine Art Gallery.
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    Everyone's got a story to share

    A travel blog entry by gengibar on Jun 01, 2014

    ... in the UK and start packing. Much of the weekend before our departure was spent making some last minute purchases. I think I officially became Katmandu's number one customer. In fact, Josh and I became so enthralled with all the knick-knacks in the store, knick-knacks that had never seemed to interest us in the past, but now 1 day out from flying seemed so purposeful, that we failed to realise that the shop had closed for the day. Not even the absence of ...

    Back to the gold mines of the 19th century

    A travel blog entry by paulcripsey on Jan 09, 2014

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    ... in the little bottle quickly grew. We went through the Chinese town and then entered the gold mine where we went underground and soon learned the story of the welcome nugget and how they found gold...we toured the rest of the village stopping at the pub for a drink and then some home made boiled sweets at the sweet shop. We also popped in to the bakery for some delicious custard tarts ...

    Fort Lauderdale to Houston

    A travel blog entry by theosugarparks on Nov 10, 2013

    ... that did not want to talk Arrived at our hotel, checked in then decided to go for a walk to see what is out there Downtown area is very quit as it is predominantly a business district and everything is closed for the weekend Back to the hotel, drinks at the bar and we decided to eat there as there was nothing open that we could find anywhere else Finished then back to our room for an early ...

    Beginning the big journey...

    A travel blog entry by kathrynlynn on Jun 18, 2013

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    ... an investigation on "Travel Agencies" - a number of interesting facts about Brazil and Rio de Janeiro were identified during this investigation! A notable attraction in Rio de Janeiro is the statue "Christ the Redeemer" - a large statue of Jesus Christ that looks over the city. We have also learnt the "World Youth Day Anthem" - view our classroom Weebly site to view our World Youth Day Anthem recording and Brazil ...

    What a view - Port Phillip Bay/Melbourne in sight

    A travel blog entry by highams on May 13, 2013

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    ... time for the final uphill leg to the top of the Macedon Ranges and then it was all downhill to Bacchus Marsh. It was amazing dropping hundreds of metres however it was not getting any warmer. What an amazing view when I reached the last major climb of the trip. A spectacular view across the Werribee plains, stretching right out to Port Phillip Bay. I could also see the skyline of the Melbourne CBD and all it's skyscrapers. I could ...