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Travel Blogs from Launceston
... on the barbie for dinner tonight!
We managed to get into Launceston at 2.15pm and made our way straight to the Country Club. As you can see from the photo - the Health Centre has been set up for the recovery area - and I'm looking forward to my massage.
I haven't worked out how to post a summary of the ride (Strava) but will try to post a link to the Garmin equivalent tomorrow. Also - if you want to see better ...
... as this was the info we remembered from our last trip. We travelled the few kms to find the orchard and there it was, just as we remembered. A shame the cherries weren't as nice. They did not have a good season.
We then headed off to find Liffey Falls as we have a Ken Duncan picture of this over our TV. It was an hour and a half return walk, but a beautiful one through rainforest & lots ...
... the drivers ability to navigate this winding road in the conditions. Soon enough we were in the snow and asked the driver about snow chains and he said it was getting to the stage where he would be fitting them. Although we were sad to miss the spectacular views from here, we were also glad we could not see over the edge!
When we arrived to the top, it was just white - everywhere! It was just beautiful. Ben Lomond has the only downhill skiing area in Tasmania ...
... area but in between it all was a track marked Lighthouse Lookout . Although to us that meant it was the lighthouse we would get to but no it didn't take us straight to the lighthouse , just to a lookout to view the lighthouse and the wonderful view east . However we were not too upset because as we arrived there we had a huge surprise when my phone started beeping sending down a number of messages and for the first time since New Norfolk almost one week prior we had ...
... some sheep, some dairy cows and some black angus bulls. As we got closer to George Town, there were some plowed fields over rolling hills. It is very pretty countryside and reminds me of New York and Oregon - only the kinds of trees are different.
I need to add the part about the road kill that I forgot to mention. On the roads from St Helens to George Town, particularly the more open ones in farm land between the patches of forest, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility