BEST WESTERN PLUS Buckingham International
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- Swimming pool
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... that we will call home for the next 6 nights!
After taking the tour around the apartment, block and gym/pool we had a lovely cup of tea and some jam & toast (after all the fridge and cupboards were full of goodies for us) then decided to succumb to the sleepiness so had a little nap as we were shattered!
We woke a few hours later and headed out to explore but as we were shattered we decided to grab a chicken from the supermarket, head back, have some ...
... after a quick stop at Southern Cross Station.
The Apart-Hotel is called City Tempo. It's an interesting place! Mostly Chinese people seem to stay here. But our tiny little apartment is very clean and came with all of the essentials. We have to use a door snake as we are on the 25th floor, making the door whistle whenever it is closed! It's got an amazing view of the city and is right in the middle ...
... into the Strathbogie State Forest passed Lightening Ridge track to Tatong for a late lunch stop. Passing through Wangaratta we turned onto the Great Alpine Road towards Beechworth past the historic Vine Hotel and onto Howlong - yes with appropriate comments from the guys at the back as to how long before we get there!!
R&R stop at Howlong ...
... oldest areas, but it is also an area that has seen much regeneration, and five of the six tallest buildings in Australia are found here.
Royal Botanic Gardens
These internationally renowned botanic gardens house many interesting plants and a wide and wide ...
... The children spent some of their pocket money on Pokemon cards and a dodgy Chinese game of Minecraft Monopoly and I bought a lovely coat in readiness for Tasmania. It was a great experience for the kids to hop on and off the trams although the adults were constantly head counting to make sure we still had four children with us. The Block Arcade was featuring a Dr Suess exhibition and then we met Laurie's stepbrother Guy at his hotel. Guy had decided to fly over from ...