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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sunny, breezy afternoon, we decided to go on a four mile hike to see the view points of Carmel. The walk up there was in sandy conditions, not good conditions for my lovely trainers that was for sure! Colm was not too impressed in all of the sand going in his converses either. The hike was worth it to see the views of Carmel but it was certainly breezy up there. It was also the best place for us to come up with a plan for the rest of our ...
... the exact reason why we did want to spent anymore time here that a couple hours. After a homemade sandwich we drove up to the top of a hill over-looking Geraldton to a WW1 war memorial. Surprisingly interesting considering where it is, we were half expecting the memorial to be a budget plaque. Continuing north we drove through Leusens National Park to have a look at the wild flowers. We were a few weeks out of season so didn't quite get the full effect of what this must be like when ...
... the 1000ft sheer drop to the sea thrilled me rather than made me s*&t my pants! I loved every terrifying moment. What a magnificent road. The only criticism I'd have is for the joker selling unleaded at $6 a gallon, nearly double the cheapest I'd paid last week in Arizona.
As the road got back to sea level for a while we pulled over for a treat - Elephant Seals on a beach. I'd ...
... went to the first place we saw, without checking round about first. The food was quick, but nothing special and once we finished eating we walked around the gardens and found a lovely little restaurant just around the corner. Live and learn!!! The gardens at Ragged Point are beautiful and the views are amazing, however we have to leave as still a few hours drive to go.
We then move into the Pfeiffer State Park area and according to all the ...
... We saw some floating in the water – we thought at first that they were sea otters but Mike said they were sea lions.
There were two squirrels bolding approaching all the tourists at the lookout area for food. I don't think they were given anything but one of the squirrels had an elastic band around its neck. Fortunately it was loose and what’s more, the squirrel is not going to grow in size. Mike said that ...