Quality Hotel Colonial Launceston
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... by Lonely Planet was closed and up for sale – M.)
Zeehan is an old silver mining town that has seen better days; Rosebery ditto. The main thing was the road was a lot better (less twisty) than the road from Queenstown to Strahan. There were some interesting old railway photos in the café in Rosebery, including one showing that the old mineral line used to run down the middle of Zeehan main street, and one showing “an engine in a bit of ...
... our tour including the Basilica Cistern, one of 12 in the city. It was built in 6 Century, 143m long and 65m wide a total of 9,800 sq. there were 336 marble columns each 9m high arranged in 12 rows of 28 column. Some columns had carvings of the famous Medusa. The cistern is surrounded by 4m wall. We wandered around the major hop off stops, back alleys of the spice market and local shopping areas where we bought Turkish Delight before hoping back on the bus for trip over the ...
... restaurant...we were seeking the seafood chowder that was so highly touted in Lonely Planet, and were sorely disappointed when we arrived and the owner said they were closed until dinner, coffees only. When I wept and whined a little, he graciously said that if all we wanted was chowder he could probably manage that for us, and he served us the ...
Kelso is our stop over for the night. Driving in and there is roadrunner. Thought about wombat stew but I think he heard me because he hi tailed it down his burrow.
Time to warm up. Always wanted to try one of these out.
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... and one general purpose store with restaurant - bit different to our Bracknell - that's if they have stopped knocking it down yet! So now we are in Launceston, staying at a truly historic building, the Old Bakery Inn, which dates from 1870 as a bakery by an ex convict. It is really comfortable, and is full of antiques and curios, but not too overdone. The town itself has many impressive Georgian and Victorian buildings most very successfully converted into modern shops ...