Alice On Todd Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Last day in Alice Springs - it has been a great week - enjoyed everything!! Down town as the stores opened. Dave didn't bring his charger for his camera and it died. So bought a new charger and we are ready to go again! Had to check out at 10 am and will not be picked up til 4:30 for the train. We decided to spend some time at the Desert Park - good choice! Had to go by cab and it was fairly expensive ...
... for one passenger.. The rest of us though maybe we saw one but not sure. This is one of several places there is actually water in a part of the river. On to Standley Chasm - about a 300 meter hike to the divide between the ranges that reminded us of the cut for the highway near Radium but much narrower. The guide/ driver served tea, coffee and cookies on picnic tables and we had to fight the crows for the food! On to the Ochre Pits - ...
... at the lake , a bit of putting. There was guinea fowl and geese and a rooster walking around the picnic area.
The night is spent at a private station that has the remains of the New Barrow staging camp on it. These are from 1942-1945 and was the first overnight stop for the troops moving North from Alice springs during WW11.
The owner of the property allows people to camp the night if you are self contained, but there is northing much ...
... t be forgotten! The restaurant is in the old, original Town Hall and has a rustic ambience of Outback Australia. The decor features historic saddlery used and donated by local 'Drovers' or cattlemen of yesteryear and today. Samuel's choice of kids meal was rather adventurous as usual: a platter consisting of small pieces of crocodile, kangaroo, emu and camel. The Royal Flying Doctor Service ...
... over a saddle in the middle. The climb was three hours but the time went quickly – there was nothing to see except a row of headtorches and the ground and boots in front of you, but it was nice thinking time.
There were a couple of people starting to struggle a bit towards the top, and unfortunately David fell over and gashed the bridge of his nose quite badly. Luckily Nicole was with him and patched him up so he was able to complete the climb.
Reaching the ...