Carlisle Bed & Breakfast
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... they're the underdogs and everyone loves an underdog! Strong reasons indeed!
Anyway, on arriving back at the flat we had dinner and have now learnt the rules of the game, the team song.......'We are the Eagles......the west coast Eagles......we are the big birds.......we'll show you why' and the main 'chants'!
So off to bed we go, very excited for our big day out tomorrow as we have plans to head down to Fed Square for a 'Speckie' (spectacular) day full of ...
... Trevor's new brake disc had arrived and we made for the Hotel Windsor. We parked out the front like royalty and offloaded our dirty gear onto spiffy Windsor luggage trolleys then parked our bikes on the footpaths nearby, making sure we didn't obstruct pedestrians, as per the local laws. We got settled into our room on the fourth floor, perused the pillow menu (yes, you heard me right), screwed our nose up at the UHT milk in the fridge, the peeling paint, dirty windows ...
... marrying these travels with such an auspicious graduation is a given! Add the Greek islands as a destination we have mulled over for years and a family holiday in Italy and we're sorted! Until Julie-Anne rings... "Are you travelling next year?" she asks. "Why, yes I am!" And it transpires that Liz and I finish in the Cinque Terre on the day she is left alone in France with a car; her husband flying home and her son escaping for ...
After a pretty relaxing flight, we caught a shuttle bus to our accomodation. We noticed straight away there was a significant temperature drop from Alice Springs - we'd have to get our warm coats out and finally buy some winter shoes. Once we checked in at our hotel (which weirdly controlled all the air-con/heating for each room from the front desk) we set out for dinner. We found a Mexican not too far away so headed in. I sampled a Jarrito Mexican Cola, which ...
This Gothic Anglican cathedral was consecrated in 1891. This is an active place of worship for the local community but concerts and other events are also held here.
Step back through time to visit Werribee Park. You ...
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