Fiona's Bed and Breakfast - Launceston B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The day today was all about self congratulatory stuff, and being on holiday. We decided to relocate to Launceston before we realised you can't buy wine at the supermarket. Oh we'll maybe a lucky escape. We went to the Tamar Valley wetlands today on our way to Beaconsfield. This is a 4 km walk over a boardwalk out to the Tamar island. It is …
... was a horse and rider. Our soggy journey continued to Launceston where we have the cutest old English style accommodation. Tonight we went to a Thai restaurant for dinner. It is the first nicely cooked meal since I've left home. So far the cooking even in supposedly nice restaurants resembles that found in the 70s, with a slab of undercooked tough meat, a big blob of mashed potatoes, and a couple of rubberised ...
... there now always makes us feel welcome. Alison, Colin and Judy McDougall called in during the afternoon which was great. Went with Mel and the kids for coffee near Seaport on Monday morning and also caught up with David who was working on his boat. Mel took us to the airport for a 5.00pm flight to Melbourne and then we had about a 7 hour wait before boarding the overnight flight to Darwin. A lovely weekend with the family. ...
... Lao Cai to catch the train back to Hanoi. When we arrived in Lao Cai we pulled up at a restaurant where we had dinner before boarding the train. We weren't very hungry and the meals were average at this restaurant but we stocked up ready for our train journey. Some of our group decided they would like to try some local wine but would like to try a sip prior to committing. The restaurant staff were obliging but the wine wasn't Zoom escorted us to the train and we were soon on our ...
... the island come in to set up shop to sell their wares. It's mostly all high quality, hand grown or crafted items loving care. The only thing I bought was some natural bamboo fibre socks. I got them at a discount since the woman knew Shazza. Very small world down here..
For the drive up to Launceston we made a stop to try the local oysters which were highly recommended. I'm not even a fan, but they were scrumptious. We got a mixed dozen with 2 natural, ...