Comfort Inn Deakin Palms
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We left Adelaide shortly after 1pm and headed off to Mildura to pick up our new Jayco 21.65.3OB. Barb and Gerry headed up the day before to collect their new Jayco Eagle. We spent 2 days at the Big 4 Cross Roads at Mildura before heading home and staying at Kingston on Murray (a Top Tourist Park) for another 2 nights. Both good parks although my …
... Mildura and created the Mildura Irrigation Colony. In the afternoon we visited the Lock 11. This was where the first paddle steamer passed through on August 2 1927. Paddle steamers and houseboats pass through this lock every day. We watched the Melbourne paddle steamer coming into the lock and watched the process of closing gates, filling the Lock and opening the gates at the other side for the paddle steamer to pass ...
... afternoon we take a ride to Mildura's Inland Botanic Gardens, set on 167ha with 48ha of landscaped gardens, displaying plants by their continental region. The best part of the garden was the spectacular rose garden of 1600 bushes all in bloom. We were only half way round when rain set in, so we had to abandon our viewing. Maybe another visit one day. Back at camp, men watched the car racing on TV and start to pack up ready for our departure ...
... who took us to our lovey home at 24 Brooks Drive, and it was great to walk into our own home. Only home for 1/2 hour then out to lunch with Pamela's Mum and Dad, Norm and Maisie, for a Fathers Day lunch, also it was great to have Adam, Bec and Jaxson join us as well. A quick summary of our experience is not easy, as all went really well apart from our last two unavoidable hiccups at the airports, but we are just thankful that they happened at the end of our journey and ...
... in Mildura at about 4 or 5pm in the afternoon. Our car was still at the Hardings so we dropped around there to say hello and catch up briefly. We were invited to stay for tea with Mike and Kyria but we just wanted to get home and unpack. So we transferred our bags to our car and tootled off home. I was so glad Eli had done all that cleaning before we left - there is something nice about walking home to a clean house! Our dogs were already in our backyard and were ...