Beulah Heritage Accommodation
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... a green park with lovely views up the hills as well. Oh yes and the bonus is it is half price to last night only $6.
The weather was both sunny, and then raining - pelting driving rain so we started doing our indoor hobbies. Sharon set too and made playdough for the grandchildren. We had bought playdough supplies in Launceston. As you can see from the mess, sorry creation, it was an interesting exercise.
... at Bothwell (home of the Golf Museum) for lunch at the Devil’s Den Takeaway and Cafe for the best burgers ever. There was not much else past this town, everything else seemed to be holiday shacks, and going by the signs I’m guessing the fishing is good up here. It’s also high enough for snow; you could tell by the way the vegetation changed even before we saw the warning signs. The road passes the Great Lake. This was one of the ...
... had cleared enough that it was possible to see Cradle Mountain, and our next walk was on the shore of Dove Lake with Cradle Mountain in the background. If you use your imagination it was easy to see the cradle and the sleeping baby. Our final walk in the park was to see Waldheim, a chalet built by Gustav Weindorfer. He was an Austrian and amateur botanist who moved to Tasmania in 1900 and after visiting the ...
... a nice spot and then went exploring to
see if anything better was on offer. We
were planning to stay for a week, so we wanted to get a really nice spot. We settled on the one we chose originally,
which was "Swimcart Beach". It was only about a five metre walk onto the
beach and the views from our bedroom window were to die for. The whole area is a mass of beautiful white
sand that looks like crystallized granite (or the sea salt out ...
... After a discussion about pros and cons in the health systems in our countries and a general introduction to our individual work arenas. A short visit can only be a superficially view into the health sector, but it seems that the degree of political involvement and how funding is provided to hospital redevelopment are like in Tasmania and Denmark (give and take...). Concrete can be much more than gray ...