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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on, 2 weeks off in Western Australia. His wife Sharon (Shazza) was so talkative so we knew her life history by the end of the night, her daughters names and the fact one of them was off getting a tattoo while they ate. good wholesome Aussie family..
Saturday morning we took in the Salamanca Markets the minute they opened at 8am. This proved to be a good move since by 10am it was packed. It's a kind of highlight of the week in Tasmania. People from ...
... two hours' later at 5pm. From here we took a drive out of the National Park to the turnoff to Yorktown. Sure enough, there was a warning sign just as Bob had told us - "Load Limit on Bridge - 5t" so this road is out for us. We will have to drive on a further 9k in the morning until we reach B71 which goes through to Exeter. I'm not unhappy about not going on the Yorktown road as it is a bit narrow and I don't like it when we have to move off the shoulder when we meet a car ...
... up to a giant maze! It was a-maze-ing! Two qualified teachers, one masters and two BSc's didn't help and the woman had to come and rescue us as we were still lost after 25minutes. After a game of giant connect 4 we drove to the airport via Woolworths to get some cheesy cobs and Hommous for dinner. All the wishful thinking did not pay off with the Cadburys chocolate that we bought in Hobart as it had melted in the boot of the car. Oops. Take two on the souvenirs for people back ...
... the Spirit of Tasmania ,looked around the shops,bought some owl things for Di.Onto Launceston but not before stopping at the cherry shop for cherry raspberry icecreams.
Checked in at Launceston.Went for a walk around town.Out for a nice Chinese meal .Back for anearly ...
Tasmania. Enter the Red Terror into the land of the Devils (Tasmanian) – Liz and Gracie will understand this.
We were advised in Melbourne that Tasmania is an hour from Australia and 50 years behind the times. Certainly it is even more British than mainland Australia, especially with place names. We found red telephone boxes – something of a rarity even in England. Ross was quaint and very much like a ...