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- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... Jeannette no longer working, we are both unemployed and start to plan for rest of the year.
Our first step was to attend the Australian Caravan School at Hastings Point, just below the NSW/Queensland border. This is our first big trip with the van. We go via Melbourne so that we can go to niece Renee's 40th birthday. We also catch up with Di & Derek. Di is a very long term friend.
We enjoyed both the school and the ...
... easiest trip I had, and we got along well with the people in the group. Having said all that, I prefer being around younger people and feel you learn more about the culture of the place when you have to make your way around and interact more with the locals. I told Kinda I would like to stay at some hostels on our next trip to meet more adventurist sorts of people. I felt I accomplished something when I caught the local bus in Kavalla to ...
... couldn't get enough ;) And believe it or not in the stores is already Christmas deco and chocolate don't know if it is the same in Germany but it's so strange I mean it's going to be summer soon... Anyway yesterday we went to the skate park watched the guys doing tricks and today we went to Central Market and bought some fruit it's much cheaper there than in the supermarkets. Will write soon and let you know how the job at the festival is :) Cheers ...
... I decided to have my lunch and spend the afternoon in the beautiful Botanic Gardens which are situated just past the University of Adelaide on the North Terrace. The gardens were stunning, with a multitude of flowers and shrubs which were just starting to bloom as Spring was around the corner, as I walked round I felt at times as if I was wandering through the Secret Garden (apart from that it ...
... So Starbucks it is!! Our trip is called The Best of China. We start at Beijing (3 nights). Here we visit Tian'anmen Square, Forbidden City, Summer Palace, The Great Wall, Old Beijing (rickshaw). Then we fly to Yichang where we board a cruise ship for four nights cruise on The Yangtze River where we visit the Three Gorges Dam, villages, Wu Gorge, Qutang Gorge, Fengdu (Ghost City), Disembark at Chongqing, visit zoo (pandas). Fly to ...