Comfort Inn Richmond Henty
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... March. It remains grey the rest of the year. This water is the town water supply and has only dropped 2m in depth ...
... and Fred was home but Pearl was at the hospital visiting her brother. Pearl was working that night so came home for a while to change and Fred was heading to the club for the raffles. Tracy came over with her two girls, Emilee and Maddison, and Bailey, and we prepared some dinner. Had the chance to catch up while Kayla enjoyed playing with the girls. Patrick, Tracy's partner, turned up for a while too. Apparently he is not usually very sociable. It ended up a late ...
... area was all our legs were going to cope with for that day. So it was back to the caravan park for a nice hot shower and a short kip.
Other places we enjoyed viewing was at Treloar Roses with so many different varieties of roses to be seen and at the Botanical gardens having a great display of dahlia flowers on show.
It was a cold location with strong icy winds buffeting us fresh off the ocean during our time at ...
... of Islands. A wonderful drive for Christmas Day, but we are missing everyone, and it doesn't feel like Christmas. Stopped at Port Fairy and barbecued our fillet steak and giant prawns, but not the crayfish as we accidentally froze them in our fridge overnight, never mind, tomorrow will be ok. Continued drive on to Portland, to Annesley House, built in 1878 as a Doctors house, now converted to hotel. Very quaint, we have the honeymoon ...
... Trakka's lockers and drawers tightly. That night out come the screw driver to tighten all the loose screws. The south coast of the island is wild bush with some sheep and cattle farms. We camp at Vivonne Bay and sleep to the sound of crashing waves. Another National Park at Seal Bay has the only accessible breeding site for not seals but the Australian Sealion. This species made a slow recovery from being almost wiped out by sealers but ...