The Old Bakery Inn
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... You almost want to take a bite out of the scenery.
Each time we rolled into a new vineyard we were usually the only car there and had free range on the wine tastings. If you've seen the movie Sideways you'll picture it easily. Each time you get poured half a dozen different drops in order of strength starting usually at Riesling finishing on Cabernet. I did my best to nod appreciatively while they wafted on about the hints of pineapple, gooseberry, ...
... Christos just chatting and hanging out on the couch together in their family room. We have a really early morning and will be flying more than 4 hours to get to rainy Cairns where we hope to see the Great Barrier Reef. We loved our time in Tasmania. It reminded us a lot of New Zealand with the different landscapes and the kindness and warmth of the people we met here. While it may not be on most people's "typical" Australia itinerary, we're so glad we made it part of ...
... but we only have had a bit of drizzle which hasn't bothered us. Not too cold either but certainly need our warm clothes here.
The Gorge is very scenic and very well looked after with beautiful old trees, massive azaleas, trees ferns, resident peacocks, a suspension bridge and a wonderful chairlift which is the longest single span chairlift in the world. It wasn't busy and we had plenty of time to take in everything at the Gorge and ...
... let alone fly unsupported across the world. There is nothing that can make you lose all sense of reality quite like air travel. Trapped in a capsule with fellow travellers, eating and drinking and undergoing the longest movie marathon known to man, erases any sense of normal life going on back at your initial place of departure - indeed, in the world at all. Having spent hours hurtling over India, we are currently making our way over the Middle East, which tends ...
... times at the ski club. One of the most interesting conversations we had related to the new locker facilities at the ski club which necessitated a lot of locker positions to be changed. This prompted Becca to reminisce about her memories of all the families who had lockers along the row were we were and how fondly, even as a young girl, she remembers those relationships. (Of interest to OBSC members, and probably not ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Old Bakery Inn Launceston
Loads of historic character in this accommodation. Loved our four poster bed in very large room, with a sheltered verandah too. No view worth looking at but the room itself and the main reception area were full of ambience. A good cooked breakfast was extra but enjoyable. Would be a bit of a walk to the city centre - 10-15 mins maybe. There is nothing in the immediate vicinity of interest. A nice quiet place for a stopover.
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