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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... It was extremely cold on all these walks but I think the photos look great with the sun setting and the dark rain clouds in the sky!! It was around 9degrees now too.
A lap of luxury was had tonight at a hotel/ apartment in Warrnambool; it was still wet and somewhat cold so we treated ourselves for the last night of our trip. Ordered pizza, which we got delivered, Teagan and Kyle enjoyed a bath and we sat in heating watching a movie and ...
... sideways. It was most invigorating!! I finished by running back along the beach! The sand very fine and soft. The water the softest aqua. While I ate my breakfast in the camp kitchen it started to rain more heavily. And I was suddenly faced with the thought of a day spent trying to keep dry. If only I hadn't forgotten my raincoat. Decided to drive into town and sit in a cafe for a bit. Was only there 15 minutes when the rain eased, then stopped, and never started again for ...
... beauty and human engineering. We were soon stopping at a place where Matt and Ang had fed parakeets last time that they did the Great Ocean Road. We loaded ourselves up with bird seed, but struggled to find any parakeets. We did however see about half a dozen koalas sleeping in the Eucalyptus tress by the path - which would have been a pretty decent consolation prize. As it was though, we did eventually find some parakeets, which were soon eating out of our ...
... the sake of doing something. I don't know if it was me or the ambient temperature, but I was freezing - I was wearing a cycling jersey, my long cotton top, my fleece and my rain jacket. I had to sit down for a rest after walking about 500 m. I happened to spot a newsagent that was still open, and after much deliberation settled on some apple juice, again going along the hydration/sugar line of thought. It was a rip-off at $3 for 250ml but what can you do?! I ...
... which is a replica of a maritime village from the 1800's where many artifacts from shipwrecked boats are preserved - the main ship featured was the Loch Ard. Amongst the items recovered from the wreck was a Minton pottery life size peacock which was on its way to a Melbourne exhibition which is now valued at $4,000,000.
In the evening we attended the sound and laser show Shipwrecked with dinner beforehand both of which were very good.