CocknBull Boutique Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... up, over rocks & creeks. Waited just below the col de b??? For others to catch up. Then up to the col, which is the France Italian border. Cold & windy. Then down 300 m, again very steep, shale, loose rocks. Saw a marmot, which has a high pitched squeal . Visited a stone building which had a model of the mt blanc area. Nicole showed us where we will be going. We have had mt blanc to our left ...
We've driven today cross country with glaring sun and trees throwing shadows across the road. We're very glad to have arrived in Echuca and are now sitting contemplating a nice cold beer or two in the garden, a good meal and a good nights sleep.
We've already been out for a walk about. Our room is at the back of the River Gallery Inn. Down the garden or up the back lane. We have a small outdoor space with a table and chairs ...it's cosy and quiet. Just around ...
... lunch in Swan Hill and fired up the generator again for a proper coffee and then pushed on down beautiful scenic farmland. Quite a small rough road though so the van got a proper shaking up.
Pulled into Echuca in the cold, pouring rain close to our usual 4PM cut off. Took the kids for a brief walk down to the Murray River before a quiet night with the rain pouring ...
Just want to make the comment ever since Murtle and I started our drive I haven't seen a live Roo for some reason I thought there would be herds of them on the side of the road. What do you call a group of Roo's flock,herd,or large gathering doesn't matter I guess my point is all I've seen is lots of dead ones. I was almost compelled ...
... the slap- slap of the paddle wheels was almost hypnotic. We were able to have a look at the cabins that are available for one or two night stays - only tiny but quaint. All you need to bring on these trips is a change of clothes and walking shoes.
A little bit of port tasting went on once we were back at the wharf, so I had to be sober driver although Judy did offer. We managed a grog and grocery run and were back at the park about four.
Tonight we decided NOT to plan dinner ...