Comfort Inn May Park
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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Of the six states on mainland Australia Victoria is the smallest, but like Tasmania, it's well stocked with a remarkable variety of attractions for the estimated 80,000 grey nomads ambling around this huge country at any given time of the year. Actually I heard only a few days ago the number had increased to just under 100,000. That's an inspiration for any retiree who's contemplating an adventure before dementia or as in my case, finding a 'sense of purpose' to overcome a few ...
... verwöhnt), durch den Grand Canyon und die winzige Felsspalte, genannt Silent Street (stumme Straße), führt. Uns war zwar nicht bewusst, dass der gesamte Weg eine einzige Bergbesteigung ist, der Aufwand hat sich allerdings gelohnt, denn als man das Ziel, den Pinnacle, erreichte hatte man eine grandiose Aussicht über das Tal.
Nachdem wir uns etwas von der Anstrengung erholt hatten, machten wir noch Halt an einigen ...
... of it while it was still sleeping! It was the first kangaroo I saw in the wild, but would not be the last. We are traveling through the Grampians, the Tasmanian outback and there is much more to see.
It had been a long day already, but as we traveled back down the mountains toward Hobart, we came to a small town called Halls Gap. And, all of a sudden we started seeing herds of wild Roos grazing in the fields and woodlands. ...
... a guided tour to Alexandra Cave. It was pretty amazing. We also went through the wet cave, which wasn't really wet, but still pretty good. We found a spot for lunch near the swimming lake (which we have decided we are coming back to in summer for a long weekend). It is a massive man made lake that looks like a giant swimming pool. It has a sandy beach on one side and a ...
... packed up and headed west towards the South Australian border. There's really not much to be said for this trip, except that the roads improved markedly upon reaching SA. We had an early lunch at a bakery in Bordertown, then turned off after Tailem Bend (stopped for gas here and saw some very whiz bang off road campers we gawked at) and headed towards a small town called Springton. The road took us through the gorgeous rolling hills of ...