Briars Country Lodge & Inn

Address: 653 Moss Vale Road, Bowral, New South Wales, 2576, Australia | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Bowral

    White Man Food

    A travel blog entry by jamessapp on Dec 11, 2014

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    David and Rose have a thriving little operation here in Kangaroo Valley. The large garden produces a variety of veggies to feed the house and have leftovers for sale. The houses are surrounded with subtropical fruit varieties including custard apples, sapote, quince, ect.( none in season though) The climate brings plenty of rain and sunshine for everything to thrive, including the weeds. Sometimes, when the clouds are low, a mist begins to fall from the sky. It is so fine that it is on ...

    Pack for Home

    A travel blog entry by abennison on Jul 21, 2014

    ... experienced all sorts of cultures and travelled through something like 17 countries. Now comes the challenge of sorting all the 3500 photos into some form that will help us remember our experiences.
    This will be the final entry for this adventure - although we don't arrive home until the 23rd (Sydney time) nothing happens on a plane so nothing to write about.
    THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO TOOK THE TIME TO READ THE ...

    Around Lucerne

    A travel blog entry by abennison on Jul 07, 2014

    ... Firstly we walked just a few minutes from the hotel and boarded a ferry for a cruise around Lake Lucerne. The ferry dropped us on the far side of the lake where our coach picked us up and delivered us to a railway that climbed part way up Mt. Stanserhorn. At the end of the rail trip we boarded the worlds first cabrio cable car for the remainder of the trip up the mountain. The cable car is double decked with the top deck being open and the lower ...

    The Vatican and St Peters

    A travel blog entry by abennison on Jun 23, 2014

    ... and the artworks are magnificent but it does make you wonder if the Catholic and other Religions have their priorities correct, you could help a lot of very needy people and countries with some of the funds that have been injected into sheer opulence. After touring through the museum, the Sistine Chapel and St Peters we had an hours free time and then headed for the Colosseum. Our feet and knees were nearly falling off by ...

    Coffee shops

    A travel blog entry by shobden on Jan 22, 2014

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    The majority of our time here has been spent socialising. Lyn and I drove over to a Bundanoon coffee shop to meet up with mutual friends made through teaching at the school. What a lovely time we had after which Lyn and I wandered around to our old place of work. The little village school had been transformed by the addition of covered outdoor learning areas as well as a community hall. Once back home we prepared for ...