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Travel Blogs from Bronte
... was going to be and how windy! Once committed to the walk it is a pleasant experience until turning toward the lake - the wind suddenly howls past and you feel as if you have just entered a freezer! We soldiered on and thought how lovely this would be in warmer weather when there would be an abundance of flora and fauna around. The walk was lovely and allowed us to experience a little more of what it would be like to live here. By the ...
... of the mountains. Behind us was Miena and beyond that - an unpaved road that will take you through to the Lyell Hwy - we had passed the exit of this road as we travelled from Strahan to New Norfolk a couple days ago.
After exploring the area, we headed back to check in. Upon arrival, we were greeted with a warm fire in the bar and lounge area and after getting our key - we drove to our cabin at the back of the premises. We were a ...
... say I was very impressed at the double decker carriages. These aren't the same as the mainline trains that you see in Europe, they look like a cross between them and a tube train. The lower deck is sunk down so that the passenger's heads are just above the platform height so when you get on the train you either go downstairs to the lower deck or upstairs to the upper deck. I thought it was very clever design .
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... directions that James had sent to us by e-mail. Susie was not convinced that we were going in the right direction, did not want to walk in the rain because her feet were getting wet and suggested that we should have taken a taxi. It took t15 minutes to walk uphill to the cafe, by which time we were a little hot and sticky, as it was the first time we had worn our coats for several weeks. We secured a table for three, ordered coffee and toast and waited patiently for ...
... she did not answer the phone.
In view of this we decided to visit Bronte, Tenarama and Clovelly. We parked at Bronte and Ian and David enjoyed a walk around the coast to Clovelly. Marjory stayed at Bronte and wandered around the beach and seafront area, watching the surfers who were having difficulty riding the waves which were very choppy,
When Ian and David returned, the wind had ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed