The Miner's Cottage
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... of Fine Arts. We join a walking and coach tour,for an insider's view of its best loved landmarks,including St.Stephen's Cathedral,Graben,Holburg Palace and the Albertina . Like a Local - visit the famous Naschmarkt to sample local delicacies like Kaiserschmarrn and ...
... all green and growing nicely. The wine region was on the other side of town and in the town there was an old established Knappstein Brewery with huge tower so you couldn't miss it. Lovely old buildings complemented the scene.
So i will leave you there for a bit. There are no photos of this trip but the amazing South Australian stone is spectacular in many of the buildings on the way.
Till next ...
... and came to the small town of Blyth. We decided to base ourselves here to explore the Clare Valley. We set up in the area behind the bowls club and near the footy grounds. It was a bit damp, there had already been rain. After a quick phone call we were set for a couple of nights free camping. We went for a walk around the town, and dropped into the local shop for some milk and the local paper. The lady running the shop was a bit ...
... s Gap. Lovely spot. Then had a bit of a zoom up through the twisties. Good fun. And the Camries were actually getting out of the way! Awesome! Lots of damage still evident there from the recent bushfires. Man, it musta been a doozie!
Then up to Horsham and instead of heading to Nhill we went via Naracoorte. Much better! Was nice to drive through the countryside down that way. Saw the ...
... way. Missed the kangaroo jumping across the highway. Down the straight-a-way. Pull up 60 minutes later at The Fig Tree Restaurant in Horsham. "Good Morning Doreen, shall we get some coffee and breakfast." "Good plan King"....as Gill and Garth will remember we used to say as a family.
From that point on the road and the drive got considerably less interesting. We did agree it was somewhat better from Canberra to Melbourne. It ...