Crowne Plaza Newcastle
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Staff were most pleasant, harbour balcony room was lovely and clean and with a great outlook. Handy location.
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... ANZAC. It is built above the cliff top and provides a 360 degree over the city and the ocean. A number of plaques detail the names of local service men and women who were lost in the various battles. Dennis and Helen proved to be great tour guides showing us a great variety of local points of interest. Then for lunch we went to the Wests Club which is the largest club facility that we have seen. There are ...
... attacked. He was not happy.
He managed to stick it out to see the animals - koalas, birds, snakes, emus, kangaroos, wallabies and have our lunch in the reserve but he wanted to leave. We decided to follow the track as a loop and come out a bit further down. It was rather humid and this did not help Craig's irritation with the bugs.
The bus stop was easy to get to and leave the bugs behind! Getting off the bus at the hostel we had a quick dip in ...
You know what, I felt much better today, the magic Valium worked again and I slept for 11 hours straight. My body didn't hurt as much as it has been recently and I actually felt hungry. The medicine must be kicking in already, I had lots of things you do today and wanted to give it all a good go. Me Colin and Lucy went kayaking today in the Myall River, we hired them out for a couple of hours and followed this map that the guy gave us, we went past Swan Bay and around ...
... you may take for granted. It's nice to have a new appreciation for the simplest things in life. Another lesson learned from living and working on a farm. My first day in Newcastle was spent mostly walking around the city and along the coast. I didn't track how far I'd walked but I was definitely walking on what felt like the road to nowhere for six solid hours. The coastal walk was beautiful and as much as I wanted to get on and meet people, the me-time felt amazing. It felt ...
... of water on the road etc. All I could do was focus on the road and listen to the GPS which I hoped was taking me the right way as I had no idea where I was going and had trouble finding signs to check for my route. When the storm finally eased off I was out of the city area and onto the Freeway to Newcastle.
The scenery was quite nice and the freeway makes travelling through the hilly country much easier than I am sure it used to be. ...