Comfort Inn Settlement
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The flowers along the way are beautiful, every colour & shape. I tried to take a photos of each today, so I can make a collage. We had the 2nd dinner sitting at 8. Risotto, bread, meat & veggies, Italian style & yummy spiced cake. & red wine of course. We may need it to help us sleep.
Very pleased that I am coping well with the ups & downs. A we all are to be honest. ...
We left and began the zig-zag drive inland. We stopped in a little place called Avoca to buy bread rolls and got talking to a huge group on a cycle tour. Later we stopped for a picnic in Castlemaine botanical gardens and had a chat with a couple boiling a kettle on their portable stove, to have a cuppa with their sandwiches.
Not much else to say at the moment. We're hoping the wifi works here but we're getting backed up with blogs ready to ...
... of eateries and tourist things. We stopped for a coffee and saw a horse and carriage pass by.Then we checked out paddle steamer river cruises for tomorrow.
We drove over the bridge to Moama in NSW, it is smaller than Echuca and doesn't have much there.
We went to the wharf and booked an hour cruise on the paddle steamer PS Alexander Arbuthnot before boarding we went for a coffee in the ...
... the shower was nice and hot with a neverending supply of river water and the managers had thought of everything to make this home away from home perfect. We had three nights on the boat and it was lovely sitting on the deck for breaky and drinkies, and the scenery was nice but three days was the perfect time to be aboard. We packed up keen to head further ...
... was not until the re-creation of the old Port of Echuca, opened in 1974, that rejuvenation began. Echuca was put on the map by the filming of All the Rivers Run early in the 1980s. Shopowners restored their buildings and increased visitor numbers led to revitalisation."
After taking a few pictures along the river we came upon the Port of Echuca, a heritage listed section consisting of many old buildings of the town's heydays. A gas lamp still burns ...