BEST WESTERN Beechworth Motor Inn
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After an early breakfast we topped up with water, said goodbye to the Golden Westerners and left the camp around nine.
We are heading to Junee for morning tea and the Liquorice and chocolate factory.The most interesting thing about the liquorice factory, was the building, an old flour mill.
We had a look through the gift shop upstairs, we didn't buy any chocolate or liquorice small quantities, inflated tourist prices.Drove on to ...
A relatively quick drive for us this morning so before continuing on to Albury we took the opportunity to have another wander through this pretty little town.
We had arranged to catch up with Colleen and Uncle Ken for lunch at Café Borellas on the eastern side of Albury. Ron had advised us not to go via Howlong which was our original plan as it would ...
... with the MX-5 Car Club, but today we were taken to an area that we have
never seen before – and it is really only just a couple of streets back from
the main road.
Within Beechworth Historic Park
there is a scenic drive that takes you on a short 5km trip around Beechworth
Gorge. We didn’t really appear to be climbing
that high but stopping at ...
Loving Beechworth. The town that keeps on giving. Lucky us first and second night we get to stay with Karen and Martin in their picturesque house in Finch st with beautifulpool. They and their three kids delighted us with a fantastic meal, accommodation and local touring. Berry delicious berry ...
... but I don’t know when the DVD will be issued.
Just before returning to the camp site I went to the cemetery, sounds a little depressing but I usually visit the local cemetery if possible but there is always much history to be gleaned from reading the inscriptions. In this case there was a whole section for the unfortunate Chinese community many of whom died on the goldfields, apart from the graves there were two unusual burning towers where prayers for the dead were ...