BEST WESTERN Ascot Lodge Motor Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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The day started well. The volunteer lady was here nice and early to do the amenities. She also let us in to the small museum they are making here on the park. Some wonderful photos and memorabilia. Even the old manual telephone exchange is in there. Part of the building was the Police lock up, not a real old one either. This one is modern with a heavy metal door. Inside is a shower and toilet. The shower is only cold water, the crims deserve ...
The sky was alight with stars was we walked across the moonlight night. The steam was rising from the spa at a greater rate than the pool so I decided that was the go. Just after I got in I was joined by a young couple on their way home from Cairns to Canberra. He had proposed and she was wearing a new engagement ring. The water ...
... 40c degrees making it hard to last longer than the recommended time of 15 to 20 minutes at a time. It was easy to fix this with a quick dip in the Olympic pool with a water temperature of just 20c this soon dropped the body heat ready for another stint in the hot spring pool. It's amazing how this hot water keeps coming up to the surface forced with its own pressure from around 3,500 ft. Being the ...
We were late getting away like always. Didn't leave Brisbane until just after 10 and had to go to Ipswich to get a new camper trailer cover and poles for the heat shield so it was lunch time before we even got out of town. We drove out through Toowoomba, Dalby, Goondiwindi and we set up camp about 20 km out of town at a rest ...
... clear stars. Sunrise was also a stunning. Our first week was spent on the Darlings Downs 20 kms out of Dalby on the Kingaroy Rd, at a 1500 acre farm of friends of Dougs. An experience for me as I'd only driven across the Downs before. The farm produces sorghum, wheat, chick peas, & mung beans, at different times of the year, so the machinery and infrastructure for such an operation is an ...