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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    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 ...

    FCOT, day 9

    A travel blog entry by qbholp on Oct 21, 2014

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    ... side service centre for a KFC lunch? Arrived at Benalla and refuelled. Simon still not saying where we are headed. Rumours of a 140kms detour to get KFC Tuesday $1 chicken pieces we're rife. Calculations were made that, combined, we just consumed $110 in fuel to possibly by cheap KFC. Simon's leadership was again being called into question. His only comment, "just ...

    Wending our way home

    A travel blog entry by joyschultz on Sep 27, 2014

    8 photos

    ... of Canberra. Our apartment was in the suburb of Forrest, quite near Parliament House, which was handy to all the sites we had to visit for the conference. The next morning we went to Floriade, a regular on the Canberra tourist calendar, but the flowers were mainly tulips and pansies, and so you had to go on the Ferris wheel to really see the patterns in the prepared gardens. Then we took our third trip to Bungendore, a nearby hamlet with a glorious woodcraft shop which ...

    Our Big Transpacific Cruise

    A travel blog entry by psealey on Apr 09, 2014

    9 photos

    ... luggage and traipsed down to the train lugging our luggage behind us. We caught the train and were very impressed with them. It was a clean, smooth ride to Circular Quay. We walked down to the Radiance - she looks magnificent. I filled out the Customs forms, organised our paperwork and had a very smooth booking in experience once again. Once on board, we went straight to Windjammer and had lunch and by the time we finished, it was 12.50,so we went to Mum's cabin, then to ours. They ...

    Exchange letter

    A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 30, 2014

    2 photos

    ... activities available in
    her community, achieving good school results and promoting a positive image of
    Australia to those who met her. She worked on developing her fluency in the
    Spanish language and her effort in this area was a big factor in her exchange