Launceston Holiday Park Legana
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Wouldn't stay here again. No value for money. $35 with a 10% discount under the Tasmanian Tourist park Club discount.
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25 to 30 May 2016.
Up at 7.15 with the sun just rising. Temperature a cheery minus 1 degrees. Coldest night and day yet. It didn't get much warmer as the sun never really broke through.
Left the van park with disappointment that we had not been careful enough to check the current prices for winter. It was not a fair price considering the …
... the passage from the enemy. The town has is 8 stories high, 75 metres deep with only 4 open to the public. Original occupants first and second occupants were Christians escaping persecution by the Romans until Christianity became accepted. In the 11th century Christians had to use the caves again because of persecution by the Turks. All have living quarters, kitchens, granaries, stables, wine cellars, shrines, ...
... road that we travelled on was 2,000m. The area is very mountainous and rocky and there are lots of marble quarries. At the base of the mountains the landscape is dotted with 100s of hothouses full of delicious red tomatoes, fields of strawberries, apple orchards . For 3 hours we travelled over the sometimes barren hills to the city of Antalya which is ...
Leaving Launceston behind we took the long route to Coles bay via St Helens which was a pleasant little town that was nestled on an estuary. The beach was close by as well and it was very similar to Dunsborough in that the beach houses continued along the main road out of town and the beach was long and the water was calm. We stopped there for lunch and ate our pies at a park overlooking the marina. We drove on through the typical Tasmanian ...
... br> The town of Sheffield made a name for itself by having lots of murals painted on walls around town. Pam was taken by one in particular (see photo).
We also went to a raspberry farm and café, where we had some tasty food made including local raspberries. There are lots of touristy places to go (e.g. caves, salmon farm, honey), but we are only including those of particular interest to us.
Bill & Pam