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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we go and, more importantly, (b) a travel journal on the trip.
Then there's the small matter of figuring out how to combine the photos with the journal, and whether I stick everything in the journal as I go, or keep it all for a photo journal at the end, or or or or . . . .
Anyway, I probably should relax, see what happens and enjoy the trip. Only 3 weeks to go, but it still doesn't seem quite real.
*Maybe a bit more than a little bit.
... back to Melbourne on 16 February. (I think this is the same day that Kev and Dell arrive in Tas with their van.) The temperature outside the car as we left Franklin was 20deg C. Our ETA at New Norfolk was 11:07am. Unfortunately Mt Wellington was covered by cloud as we drove through Hobart so we were denied a last glimpse of the magnificent mountain. As we drove into New Norfold at almost 11am, the temperature was 23deg C. We soon found ...
... while we had 240v coming into the van. Just after noon, we drove the 8k back to Huonville to visit the Mitre 10 and Woolworths Supermarket. We bought ourselves a Weber Q100 BBQ - after much consideration, we had decided several days ago that this was the way to go. David was happy to find when we got the BBQ back to the van that the hose fits into the bayonet without a special adaptor. We also picked up some sausages and chicken satays so ...
... with my superannuation fund to sort out my retirement plan before escaping into Hobart's CBD for some retail therapy. Thursday November 14th Another wet day so we decided to head indoors and visit MONA, Hobart's Museum of New and Modern Art at Berriedale. We were surprised at how full their car park was when we arrived at 11am...it's obviously keeping Hobart's economy alive. I'd visited when it first opened a few years ago and even though many of the exhibits have changed ...
... we would do it today. A sign indicated the walk to the falls was an easy 20 minutes return- we had learnt during our trip that the times on the signs to these tourist places were usually inaccurate so were surprised to find this walk was very easy and did not take long at all. The boardwalk through beautiful rainforest - tall, old trees, moss covered logs and large green ferns gives great access - even for wheelchairs. The falls themselves were tiered and splashed out ...