BEST WESTERN PLUS King George Inn & Suites
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... t see the damage.
John has the most comprehensive miniature whiskey collection I have ever seen. One so rare it's kept in the safe ! Can't help thinking its a shame not to sample them if one liked a wee dram but that's never going to happen.
It was salutary to drive around seeing both the original dwellings in the area and the plots where they have been replaced by one or even two enormous ...
... owned park and the woman who owns it has endeavoured to retain the natural theme. Haven't any photos as I was busy making sure I didn't trip. Haven't taken as many photos this trip as it is all available on you tube with much better photography. In the afternoon we went on a little aquabus to explore the harbour. Stayed around the harbour for a meal and to observe the goings on and entertainment. ...
... trees which I used to pull myself up the really steep bits - my legs aren't long enough! We reached marker 100 and I was shattered, but still another 60 to go! I was being tempted with the Haribo and Oh Henry! treats in our rucksacks, trying to walk 10 markers before we had any - it worked for about 10mins, haha!
When we got to around marker 140, we came to a fork in the path which had two signs 'Pipe Line' and 'Sun View'. We had no idea which one we should take, ...
... few hours also meant it was a wildlife day. The signs became more urgent the deeper I got in...from elk to deer to bears, the signs went from regular warnings to full on overhead lit up signs...which I quickly understood why as I drove by a huge bear foraging beside the road...it actually made me catch my breath! The next bear was not as much of a surprise...then there were elk, and some strange looking big horn sheep. I ...
... we can see the peak of Diamond Head, and views over the large Fort de Russy Park.
We put our pile of luggage in the foyer while we take photos of the room, then head down for some breakfast. Meet an Australian tourist in the foyer who recommends a breakfast special just back up the road. The breakfast is in a downstairs yet outdoor area, part of a bar and restaurant specialising in the quintessential American "buffalo wings". We settle for the $3.99 ...