BEST WESTERN Beechworth Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in Yarrawonga. I decided that after so much bush camping a town stay with a good feed might be in order so I went to a caravan park. Well, when I found a park they told me it was a long weekend and therefore it was peak season and a non-powered camp site was going to be $40! All of a sudden, my Scottish blood started bubbling and I felt a surge of ...
... the whole Snowy Mountain scheme
We forget in the current age what a truly fantastic project this was -one of the wonders of the world.
It was started in 1949 and completed in 25 years. Hundreds of kms of tunnels, roads and pipelines, were constructed. Lake Eucombene was made (7 times the size of Sydney harbour) plus a number of others and four power stations capable of producing 950,000kw of power.
... So we will get a part next at Hobart. Another act a kindness from a local Wodonga dude. Grace is about 56%25 through her first kindle book, The book thief. She loves it and is asking lots of questions about the war and Hitler. Beechworth was a few degrees cooler than Wodonga. We listened to local abc radio to the fire reports. Simon kept us updated with his inside knowledge of F160 chart. Martin got to talk fire plans with Simon. What a great start to our ...
... Superintendent of Police for 4 years here before setting off on his ill-fated journey.)
At lunch time I met up with the caravan club for the town walk, this took about an hour and a half and concentrated mainly on the Kelly story. We then moved on to the Court House where some of the caravaners dresses up to re-enacted Kelly’s committal trial led by a local teacher. It was not taken very seriously and was very funny to watch, the whole afternoon ...
... to stay here because very wet weather had been forecast (20-40ml) Thursday and Friday. Needless to say, I am writing on Thursday night and there hasn't been a drop of rain. We hit the road tomorrow for Gundagai. Hopefully the rain won’t happen and we can camp there for a night or two. If not, I guess we will check out the cabins again. ...