Quest Alice Springs
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Alice Springs
... have a leisurely coffee. We did that and had a really good time. I bought an Alice Springs polo shirt and the Rose bought some bits and pieces of clothing and souvenirs. The weather is beaut with the sun making us all feel good. Lunch was taken at home. We whiled away the time until 1430. Time came and off to the auto elect I go. A slight hiccup when I said I had a booking. The bloke reckons I ...
... he help. Yes, he said on Saturday afternoon. So, still got no indicators, don't want to stay in Alice Springs anymore, a puzzle, what do we do? We have made a decision to move on that's what. We aren't making many turns heading north, the road is quite straight so we will aim at the Saturday appointment at Tennant Creek. That way we don't have to hurry. So, all is ready. Only the pipes and cable to pack up in the morning then hitch up and away. No photos ...
... about why we had wars and whether we still do, I don’t think they realised how many different wars there have been. We went to the War Museum and the kids played on the old Army tanks and cannons. Then we went to visit the first Airport in Alice Springs, Connellan Airways. We got to sit in an old Connair Airline plane and watched a documentary on when the first pilot arrived at Alice Springs. A quick grocery shop and then back to the park for a swim and play on the ...
... our sandwiches for lunch. Once that was over we still had over forty K's to reach Chambers Pillar. Did I mention that was our destination today. No! Sorry. That forty odd K's was very rough but also very scenic. We stopped a few times for photos and caught glimpses of the Pillar in the distance. We had to go over some high ground with a steep drop off to gain access to the park. The surprise we got when we arrived was enormous. There was ...
... wonderful trucks as there would be several million dollars worth there. It was getting late so we left the Truck museum and wandered over to the Ghan Railway museum. We didn't buy an entry as we had seen all the relevant narrow gauge stuff at Peterborough museum. Home for lunch and a relaxing afternoon. The girls have gone to the market in Todd Mall and purchased a few things. They came home with a nice piece of pork for dinner tonight. It is a communal affair getting dinner. ...