Sir Francis Drake Inn
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Travel Blogs from Raymond Terrace
Well it's finally here,n4 years of planning and research. Can't quiet believe it. Not much sleep last night,very excited plus a bottle of wine lol Floated around all day a bit of cleaning etc,picked up car at 12 and had lunch. Bit of showers around so decided to leave half hour earlier than planned,left at 2.30, Poor sari dog knew. She will have a ball hanging out with Ash though, Got ...
... we have broken the drought for the locals, who have been complaining that they haven't had rain since mid June!
Tuesday - our plan today was to visit the Hunter Valley Gardens for the Spring Festival. Telling Marion & Bobby that we would pick them up at 10.00 a.m., I got Kevin out of bed at a reasonable hour to get organised. As it turned out, I read the clock wrong and arose at 6.12 a.m. when I thought it was 812 ...
... waiting for a wind bush to blow thow. Rang the YHA hostel that I had booked on the way up here. hopping it was somewhere near and they said they would come down and pick me up. This fella Nigel arrived down, he was very friendly and helpful and we arrived at the hostel witch was a large wooden cabin like stature, about 3 foot of the ground. Really nice and they also have a pool and sauna. :) got checked in and he said there where quiet so there is ...
... the area went the the Budgewoi beach which was just magnificent big waves white sand and no people .We then drove 40 k's to The Entrance which is a reasonable sized beach side town. There were lots of families there in the boulevard area as it had a water works kids fun area were there loads of kids just having fun. This is a place you would come back to and stay We had coffee there and then decided to ...
... mosaic tiles shone like colourful glass in the sunlight and it was very eye-catching, a lot of work went into making this attraction including seating which we tried out, comfy.
We both liked Tuncurry - Forster the best and would love to stay there but there was no camping in or around town and the caravan parks were full. This is another place we will come back to when there are no holiday periods for a better look. We ended up staying at ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking