Carriages Boutique Hotel & Vineyard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... is a wide sampling of food. It appears that our few trial runs prior to leaving (at restaurants etc), aided our preparation as well as offering "food for thought" in both our planning and executing what will remain with each of us for a very long time. I guess our adventures will form many recollections and stories for each of us. There is no doubt that we experienced far beyond that we anticipated.
Incredible India !! What an understatement. Why India ? More like, why not India ...
... and the brown Place of Interest signs to the Vineyards perfectly successfully, only stopping in Cessnock at the information centre because we wanted to find a Woolworths (Australia's version of Waitrose). After a brief discussion of what we needed, we headed off to buy steak, kebabs, prawns, sausages and various salads and breads for a BBQ. After a successful shopping spree we headed to Buffs at Pokolbin, a set of luxury self catering lodges set in the ...
... it would have bent in the hard ground. Di fixed us all some lunch and we settled in planning to have a quiet afternoon watching the grand final and enjoying the view. One of the locals was good enough to come past in a fish truck selling wonderful looking prawns and sea food so we snaffled up some to avoid even having to leave home.
Much like a couple of days ago, the temperature rose close to 30 degrees and then, from seemingly out of ...
... for coffee and then off once more - only another 45 minutes to home!!!
The traffic by this time had really thinned out so driving was much more pleasant.
Finally home!! Millicent has had a wonderful time digging up the driveway and the cat was desperate to go outside. Millicent had laid two eggs! Thank you Millicent.
And then for the task of unpacking, washing and loading up the wine cooler! It all took some time as we ...
... where!). We found him some nice ones and Emma bought some new trainers, then Emma went to look for some new keep fit gear so Louis and I went and grabbed a quick red rooster ( oz KFC ). Then we hit the road to Newcastle about 280 kilometres away, a pretty uneventful drive to start with but we did stop at a garage that sells Fredo pies. We had been told about them so thought we would give them a go ,they do 70 different ones I opted for a crocodile pie ...