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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Today we did a tour of the wineries in the Hunter Valley region, this included 4 boutque wineries, chocolate and cheese tasting and an awesome vodka distillery tasting at the end of the tour. We made some wonderful new friends and had a fantastic day. So much so that Paul is already in ...
We went to a huge market at Maitland with Nigel and Kylie it was so good . Had coffee and headed off but left our 3 bottles wine so they rang and said they would bring it to us as we were about 10 minutes away.At market i bought 2 st Kilda jackets for $10 ...
... shirt to a girl from Wooters runners who had completed it that day. "The first 50 shirt presented by someone from Surrey who has done 185 parkruns", so we set a marker there. Robbo got a quick word for the parkrun show afterwards-using the information that I'd been on before not to abort it but to refer to me as a show regular. The naked runners and Wooters are of presences at the event, and I went to breakfast with the latter, jogging with a couple of girls while Yorkshire Nick ...
... had a bit of a lie in, cos we were in Pitt Town and life is just a bit slower there. We had breakfast on the veranda with only a few mooing cows sounding in the background and played with Charlie, that boy still loves to chase a grotty tennis ball all day. We talked teaching with Mary and Rania got a phone call from the old Radders girls who had stupidly put Sixy in charge of drinks. Everyone who has ever drunk with Sixy will understand what ...
... at King Edward park, which was about a 15 minute walk from our house. I can honestly say that I tried quite a few different things that were there and some of it wasn't all that bad. I really enjoyed the vegan cookies. I think they were called Anzac biscuits. We stayed for about an hour and a half and enjoyed the sun and chatted with everyone. Before we left we walked by the beach a bit and then came back and grabbed our pan before we headed ...