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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... not have been hard to imagine similar scenery in the welsh borders of UK. Hence the name New South Wales??? Having reached Merimbula we discover our motel looks pretty good and overlooks the sea lake. There is a diving group based near here but sadly we won't have enough time to investigate further. We walked along to the lake, which contains a massive oyster farm, and watched sea birds feeding before finding ourselves some ...
... which is the best ute 4x4, has more torque, can tow just as much, has as many safety features and interior space, but it is about 10k cheaper!
So seeing the auto cab chassis with 5 year warranty advertised for $37990 got the better of me, and I decided to pursue buying one. I searched every dealer in nsw and Victoria, only to find that the three I found actually in stock had sold. When we were in kiama I visited a dealer up there ...
... lane ways and arcades. More than once today, Faye has said to me, 'You know what? I really like Merimbula!' 15/02/2014 The weather hasn't improved but Faye still went out for a training session early this morning. It's wet but it's still warm. We drove to Tathra and then on to Bega today. Neither place struck us as a place to spend much time in but the weather probably had something to do with our ...
... and Merimbula are all small coastal towns, and each has a beautiful habrour.
After checking in to our motel we discovered that Australia really DOES HAVE kangaroos. The owner of our motel suggested that we go back towards Pambula this evening. There is a golf course on the side of the road, and he said we would see lots. Around 7:00PM we saw hundreds of roos! Some of them had golf clubs and were playing a quick round. Finally!!!
I'm attaching a few pictures from today.
... the Seahorse Inn built by Benjamin Boyd in 1843 using convict labour and named after his steamship. He also built several brick cottages, a wool store and church in the same grand style. Today the Seahorse Inn is a boutique hotel where we had morning tea and soaked up the atmosphere and scenery.
We also took a drive up to Bega and Merimbula for a look while we based ourselves in Eden. Merimbula is a very ...