City Heart Motel Warnambool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Heart Motel Warnambool Warrnambool
Nothing out standing. Clean comfortable friendly. Rooms a little small but fine for a passing through stay. Would use again.
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... Apparently Warrnambool was a spa sanatorium in the 1800s, closing down in 1958 but is now experiencing a revival.
Tomorrow we will explore Warrnambool, but it is far larger than the small sleepy towns we have visited along Ocean Road. The area we have seen so far is similar to Florida with huge houses perched around the hills. Looking forward to seeing what the town has to offer.
Making a fast getaway from Wantirna caravan park in between heavy bouts of rain, and after repairing a broken annexe bracket with a drill borrowed from the Wantirna Caravan park manager, we hit the road. We stopped at a park not far to say our Mass prayers and then it was on to Torquay and the Great Ocean Road. Needless to say, Torquay had changed much since A1 had lived here back in the 70s. We visited A1's streets Spring and Puebla, and drove around ...
At long last we are on the move again,
on our way to WA.
Delays over we hope , all appointments,
checks over, and then the washing machine in the caravan decided to
stop. Not that it gets much use, it is still under warranty , only11
months old , it comes in handy sometimes. So ring and find where to
take it and maybe best place is Melbourne. We head down to the repair
man and get told have to wait to get part from Sydney, ...
... nothing I hadn't managed to zoom up with surprising ease. Although the wind had grown and was now noticeably against me! The next 40km were the hardest of my life, what seemed like a never ending hill finally finished, by dropping me over 1100 metres in 5km, on the plus side I didn't need to pedal and I must have reached 70km/hr, I was flying. I was kicked out into a valley basin, the next 10km on relative flat but into the wind were delightful, but all the time I could see the ...
... from the bike ride we found a huge bmx stunt track with a 5m high start ramp and mound more than 3m high. We all gave it a go - Lindsay was jumping upto a metre in the air and Tallis came and ended up with a huge scrape all the way across her back. Very fun though. Had planned to go out for dinner, but decided that a movie was a better idea. Dropped by at Target ...