Botanical Hotel

11 Napier St., St Arnaud, Victoria, 3478, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 11 Napier St., St Arnaud.
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Travel Blogs from St Arnaud

Not stopping at this motel

A travel blog entry by pete-anne on Sep 29, 2014

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We are travelling on the lesser highways because we have done the major interstate routes many times. St. Arnaud is between Maryborough and Warracknabeal. We stopped here for a rest break, to have a morning tea cuppa and to kick Jaffa's ball around the disused bowling club greens.

St. Arnaud has a population of about 2,000. It is named after French ...

1 day to go

A travel blog entry by tnhendy on Sep 13, 2013

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Over the last couple of months we have been preparing the caravan for our trip.
Changes we have made are : covering up all of the plumbing up under the van ( a lesson we learned the hard way after taking a van off road ), installing a scupper vent in the roof of the van ( to pressurise the van to keep red dust out ), covering all of the air vents ( another lesson learned the hard way, we ...

If you don't smoke you don't carry matches

A travel blog entry by pete-anne on May 01, 2013

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... 8217;t you see I hate this place and all patients". He let us know his displeasure that all we wanted were prescriptions for our standard medications. He said why didn’t we see our home GP before we set off. OK, point made.

So on Monday, to avoid a repeat performance, Pete and I both made appointments with our regular GP in Kilsyth for prescriptions for the next 3-4 months. He laughed when ...


A travel blog entry by wanderingreads on Nov 23, 2012

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... us to look at a camper which has been advertised on eBay to see if it is worth his while traveling to Donald to see it.

This time tomorrow we shall be back home at Mount Martha. We are feeling a little sad that this tour is ending but we are already planning the next ones. We have been told that when you breathe your last breath, it is not things and possessions you think ...

Blaze Aid at Charlton

A travel blog entry by gwenandron on Apr 20, 2011

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... The garden gnome, which we all bought him as a present, was really good and Ed loved it. Wednesday, the 27th April, was our last day of work with farmer Oliver and his wife and daughter. They supplied lunch but we were spoilt the first day, and were disappointed when we got ham and salad rolls! However, this was followed by very yummy apple biscuits and I got the recipe.

We left Charlton and Blaze Aid the next day.