Bloomfield Cottages

Address: 147 Number One Rd, Warragul, Victoria, 3821, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 147 Number One Rd, Warragul.
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    Travel Blogs from Warragul

    Goodie goodie lunch with Mal and Arthur

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Nov 30, 2014

    ... Suburu happily sleeping at the other end of the bay. We just don't seem to have the chutzpah to camp just anywhere. Anyway the result was not a great sleep.

    This morning we set off early to find a spot that was allowed and have our breakfast. Sharon needed to prepare some goodies for lunch as well as having coffee and another siesta.

    At 11am we arrived at Marilyn and ...

    Decisions, Decisions . . .

    A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... Between the pegs and the pins, it is quite an architectural achievement - or he thinks so!!! Arrived at Leongatha just after 4pm and it seems to be a well set up campsite run by the local Apex Club. Paul mentioned that he was a past-Apexian, hoping for some sort of discount, in recognition of his years of service, but it fell on deaf ears :-) We'll have a look through the town tomorrow as it is nice to be set up in camp, with the heater on, before it gets ...

    Our Big Transpacific Cruise

    A travel blog entry by psealey on Apr 09, 2014

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    ... we heard an announcement that our boarding gate had changed, so we ventured up the escalator and the plane was already boarding. After settling in our seats in row 7, we waited and waited, finally getting a message from the first officer. There was only one runway operating, so there was a queue of 13 planes ready for takeoff ahead of us, plus the planes that were landing, so it would about 30 mins wait. We finally took off at 9.20, an hour and a half late. We landed at 10.30, ...

    Day 7

    A travel blog entry by shaina.kelly on Jan 11, 2014

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    ... the road, and had an hour lesson on making traditional sweets (Wagashi class). It was absolutely hilarious and fun, especially the staffs faces when they saw mums creation. Koji then surprised us and had arranged for Toshi to meet us, the sneaky bugger! We then went to the street that had the first temple in Kyoto that we saw. We had a very interesting lunch, largely made up of tofu, but also tempura veggies which was so tasty, and yuba, which ...

    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by shaina.kelly on Jan 07, 2014

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    Breakfast was a winner, as usual. Today we headed to Shibuya, to see the worlds busiest crossing. We had breakfast at Starbucks there, then continued on to Asakusa, which has beautiful temples where we had a fortune thingy done - paid ¥100 for a piece of paper, and apparently I got a great fortune. I then got smoked, and we donated more money and said a prayer. After that we walked around these awesome shops, which were still in the original ...