BEST WESTERN Crystal Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... display where everyone learnt something new. Recreating Bradman's childhood by hitting a golf ball against the water butt was tried by us all. The wonderful volunteer curator Tina made our day when she let Rory try on her Baggy Green which she earned as a touring player for Australia in the 1970s. She is a real cricket fanatic in the truest sense also having bought Don Bradman's childhood home across the road from the ...
... Bendigo but involves travel here there and everywhere. His background is farming and he also designs packages to help struggling farmers with planning and exit strategies making the most of their businesses. He's a dynamic chap and Cindy is a nurse who loves gardening, they've got a spectacular house for entertaining and we have a lovely evening chatting and watching all the children run about on the lawns. This is turning out to be quite a stay and we've only been here 24 ...
... bacon fat rather than actual bacon, B's avocado was way overripe and her eggs were undercooked. Worst breakfast ever We ended up driving somewhere else to get a decent coffee, but the experience has left us scarred for life.
B's Mum arrived on a Tuesday morning, so we grabbed some lunch and a coffee, before getting to know the area again. Wednesday B and G both had to work, so K (B's Mum) caught a tram into the city mid-morning and then caught up with B for a ...
... Dad had a pizza for his Dinner! ( I had a tin of grilled Chicken cat food)
Very cold night the first night, but we were cosy as Mum put the heating on and we had a good night. Thursday dawned bright and early and I was up and ready for the new day - but I had to wait until they got up to let me out to check out what had happened during the night.
A nice day, so ...
... museum charting the history of the thousands of Chinese miners who descended on the gold field from 1953. This caused concern amongst the Europeans as the Chinese worked hard and prospered finding much alluvial gold by the basic methods of panning and sluicing.
As a result in June 1855 the government levied a 10 pound tax for each Chinese landing in Victoria, to circumvent this, the ships captains landed their human cargos in Port Adelaide or Robe in the ...