BEST WESTERN Tudor Motor Inn
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... our way back towards Melbourne and did a quick photo stop at Hopkin Falls. We needed petrol so drove back to a station next to Cheese World. Cheese World wasn't as impressive as we thought it would be, and was actually lacking in cheese (disappointing!). We drove back to Melbourne, which took about 3.5 hours and Clare was kind enough to drop me off at home. A wonderful weekend with some lovely ...
... they wouldn't be there at 7.30 the next morning. The caravan park was located at the site of the town's Botanic Gardens, parts of which remained, mostly massive trees - spruce, conifer, cypress. And in the far boundary was the historic grandstand which now includes the football stadium. Games (AFL) had started at around 9 that morning, and by the time I got back it was the main event. The big men! Profanities could be heard from far away and the crowd was going off. The Port ...
... how low our petrol was running and after seeing a sign saying how far away the next service station was a little freak out happened but we made it on it, just! A stop off in Princetown and we made our way towards probably the most famous part of the Great Ocean Road - the 12 Apostles! Views were just incredible and pictures didn't do it ...
... morning, on the 20th, to avoid having to drive in the rapidly increasing heat, but even so, by the time we reached Ballarat, a large town located on the goldfields that surround the town, the temperature was already up to the mid-thirty degree mark at 9:00 am and getting hotter by the minute - time to move on and head for Melbourne Airport, and Sydney, where we spend nineteen days and celebrate Christmas and New Years........
... at the first stop Gibson Steps, Andy let me walk down alone and stayed with the children. I enjoy a stroll at the beach but am somehow scared and fascinated by the power of the ocean and the height of these cliffs. There are quite a few people coming up and down these steps to enjoy the view. Some even make a picnic down here just besides the cliffs, despite the warning not to stay close to them. Check out the pic and note: there are approx. 20 meters between ...