Comfort Inn & Suites Emmanuel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn & Suites Emmanuel Lakes Entrance
arrived in Lakes Entrance in Oct '10 in the middle of torrential rain!
Intended to camp but checked in here instead.
Very friendly staff, clean room and good value for money.
Luckily the rain stopped the next day too!
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... the descent. Stayed a couple of nights in a little town called Tallangatta on Lake Hume. Drove through to Lakes Ent. Thursday. Had to turn around a few times and back track after the bush tracks I was following turned into dead ends. (bloody Hema Nav again).
We ended up taking the high road over Mt Hotham. I worked out why it is mandatory to carry snow chains. Wasn't much snow on the road, mostly on the sides, but it was ...
... amenities block had a code to get in - 1936 - which was written on a piece of paper for me. I had been told I only had 4 chances to get it right and should I fail there would be dire consequences! I would have to wait 60 seconds before trying again.
The park rules also warned against using the swipe card for the boom gates to get cars other than your own in. It just wouldn't work. So apparently their boom gates have car recognition technology!
I wasn't to play my ...
The drive from Sydney to our next destination was a relatively long one and regrettably we went passed some scenic sights that we would have liked to see. That has very much been a recurring theme of this road trip, realising that it just isn't possible to see every nook and cranny of this beautiful country in a short space of time. The 2 gentlemen who wrote the book "101 Best beaches of Australia" for instance have been doing that particular gig for 11 and 35 years respectively! ...
... not another car in sight for hours, four hours from Melbourne may have well been a million, this is an area where people are few and very far between. The McKillops bridge road is pretty wild, its a single track with sheer drops and no crash rails, if you were stupid enough to make a mess of it you would be dead, no problem. Sharon was hanging on for dear life, the drop was on her side!
We came across a 4WD only campsite, the track to it dropped from what felt ...
... down for the rest of the day. The only facilities here were toilets but they were clean and of the flushing variety which was nice. We went for a walk later on and Jay, who is brilliant at spotting the wildlife, suddenly noticed a very large lizard. It was a goanna and was huge, it was about 4 foot long. It was really wonderful to see it. It was such a beautiful creature. It appeared to be scared of us and went to hide up a tree. It thought that we ...