Beach House at Bayside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning we left Walpole after a very wet night and continued our journey along the south coast. We stopped off in Denmark for coffee at a fantastic place and enjoyed some amazing cakes! Then it was onwards to Albany. We checked in at the campsite which is right on Middleton Beach which, if the weather warms up, will be fantastic! This is a really picturesque area of bays, hills and a town which ...
... beautifully to his bonnet.
Tea Towels that Sharon is going to hand sew into curtains. Shall see what happens and if they end up being tea towels again. Point is they are the right size, right colour, machine hemmed all she has to do is hem the top and put some cord in.
30 October National ANZAC Centre
Today we are off to the new National ANZAC Centre. The centre is available, to the Public, to view, before ...
... bottle. Sam will no longer feel guilty about clothes shopping after the price of that bottle! Albany was another gorgeous town. So many parks for the kids too. It is a shame about the weather, there were so many things we could have done. Definitely need to come back some time. Boys managed to get 1950's school boy haircuts at a barbers ...
... the beach acting as protection. Had a paddle to check the temperature of the Southern ocean.....absolutely freezing. Got back to the van park a little wet and then the sun came out. I think it is laughing at us! In the afternoon we set off to the Whale World discovery bay which is the last operating whale station. Whaling was one of the oldest industry in Albany. Soon after settlement in 1826 some of the settlers ...
... around for a while and found what I thought was the track but unfortunately it was a walk track so lots of stairs to bang down but no berms or jumps that I had read about, within a couple minutes I came out at the bottom. I rode home looking for a coffee shop as usual. We headed out to explore Albany with the kids and began by driving to the top of Mt Clarence to look at the Anzac memorial and avenue of honour. The site has undergone some massive upgrades in preparation ...