French Haven B&B
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... day. It's mostly my fault for not planning things more in advance, but with having to adjust the trip since Cairns I hadn't been able to set concrete plans. It's more difficult than I thought without a working phone in an area with limited/no WiFi. You know what does have WiFi? Target. Which would be great if I had a modicum of self control when it comes to shopping. But hey, 8 dollars for a sweater? I need it, it's cold here. So ...
We had a visitor last night, presumably a wombat, and it knocked over our bucket where we had put our empty bottles and a washed hommus container. The hommus container was found about 4m from the van and it had been punctured several times. Will be putting our bucket up and out of reach today and tonight! The sun was shining brightly and there was just a light breeze here at our caravan when we got out of bed. Overnight was cool and today's temperature is expected to reach 21deg. ...
... in Launceston (we have been very laid back with our travel plans this holiday) we settled for a hotel rather than backpackers or motel. We knew it was a good place when Danielle stayed up to check us in, they had free tea and coffee and a shaving cream dispenser in the bathroom. Winner. Things Tasmania do well; Scenic lookouts Stunning views Seafood Fresh produce Windey roads Roadkill Saturday - Launceston Today we took advantage of the lack of snoring neighbours and had a ...
Sunny day,had breakfast at hotel.Went into town to City Park,a lovely area full of huge trees ,a massive conservatorium with ferns and orchids inside.Also in the park was an area set aside for monkeys ,macquaces.We then went to the automobile museum,very interesting.
After that we went on a boat trip around the Esk river and beginning of the ...
... and dryer so, once settled, we put some washing on and Wayne decided to have a cuppa before we headed out exploring Launceston. I was siting down in the lounge looking at maps and commented on how I could smell the lovely aroma of the washing detergent. When Wayne came in he yelled 'what have you done, what have you done' and raced to the door of the small laundry and that's when I saw the water creeping under the door and soaking the carpet. The ...