Ashby's Gastropub & Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were very good. We then had lunch at the edge of the national park. There was a photo exhibition which was amazing, showing the natural world in all its glory. During our trip into the park we were lucky enough to see wild wallabies, wombats and a porcupine, it was a very good trip. The weather was iffy, we needed brollys and waterproofs, but soon dried off. Our return to the mainland was again bumpy, but not too ...
... and around where they film the school and hospital. We couldn't see much as we were there on a week day. We were amazed at how small everything seemed and realised that the camera techniques told the story. On getting back to Melbourne we took a tram ride around the circular line and realise how big the city was. A cold beer in the sunshine on the quayside concluded our trip to ...
... how they have to bring in loads of bees and let them loose to pollinate the flowers. They have to feed the bees because the flowers have no nectar for them to feed on. Rotorua was very interesting, we saw the geyser and bubbling hot mud pool, we were shown around by a Maori, who claimed that this was their clans land. The revenue from the visitors enabled a school to be run on the site, to which Maoris from all over could come and for three years ...
... underwater for 437 years looks pretty much as you'd expect but the various displays of artefacts and battle info terrific. Maree & co met us for lunch - still very un-English weather as we sat in an outdoor bar by the water getting sunburnt. An hour back to Whitchurch and happily handed back the mighty Mondeo. Off to London ...
... of the Caribbean. Also on the main section of the Dockyard was the Royal Navy Museum and the Mary Rose Museum which displayed a very early ship that was found underwater by some divers. What was salvaged from the centuries old wreckage was placed on display, including one full side of the ship.
After seeing all of the sites on the main Dockyard we caught the water bus around the Harbour. The bus did a quick tour of the Harbour ...