Cumberland Motor Inn
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... Bus from the Venue by bus there and back was a little hair raising lol .. But all good :) Sunday visited a few wineries ... Pleasant and relaxing day ... Monday returned home .... Thanks to Mark & Jenny for the birthday gift .. Had a wonderful time with My wonderful husband Grahame .... ...
... thought out and each garden blended beautifully with the other. The highlight was the Storybook Garden where the kids were able to meet their favourite nursery rhyme characters and read the nursery rhymes in the books on display. It was a lovely way to spend the afternoon and the kids enjoyed being able to run around and burn off energy after so much time travelling.
The Hunter Valley had a lot to offer and is somewhere that we will make time to visit ...
... As one would expect, much damage and loss of life occurred: some 7 lives were lost. Fortunately the epicentre of the earthquake was offshore and so some of the impact was dissipated by landfall.
viii) an apartment explosion in New York - our initial thoughts ...
... of his C******nay as neither of us normally likes that particular grape…) A really great place!
We continue on via Ivanhoe (another boutique winery, where the sommelier was an ex-pat from Mansfield and who used to work in Doncaster!), a platter lunch at Lindemans (it’s telling we didn’t taste there!), then onto Peacock Hills (very knowledgeable sommelier) and finally Waverley Estate, a place that specialised in ...
... wined' out we next stopped off at a place called Tempus Two, which whilst also a major winery, was also a smelly cheese producer. I love my cheese with wine, but Kirsty can only handle mild cheddar at the most. I was very proud of her though as she tried and liked the first few cheeses! As we pressed on though and the cheeses got furrier and smellier she soon remembered her hate for them. Perhaps the dream of weening her on to red wine and cheese is still a way off ...