Econo Lodge Alabaster Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of the United Nations Headquarters in New York as a reminder of the continual need for all nations to work for peace.
The Australian World Peace Bell was awarded to Cowra in 1992 for its long standing contribution to world peace and international understanding. It is the only World Peace Bell in the world that is not located in a city.
A must for every visitor to Cowra is the Japanese Gardens and Cultural Centre, and the Prisoner ...
... dam to do a bit of fishing. We picked up some worms on the way. After fishing for a bit over an hour I released the worm who had been hanging on for the last 1/2hr and we drove around the dam.
When we arived back it was happy hour so we sat around for a chat and then had a swim. As it was our last dinner before home we went into town for noodlebox
... are in bloom, which may not be for weeks yet but they are budding up.
We then drove up to Bellvue Tower lookout and walk up to the viewing area. As we were walking back down the hill, a car drives towards us and stops, what a coincidence it was Jan and Wayne, who we camped with at two locations and are about to add a third.
The POW camp is our next stop and here we tramp all over this very large site. It is a disgrace that this was not preserved, in particular the fountains ...
Today we travelled from Gundagai via Cootamundra and Young to Cowra.
At Cootamundra we visited the Tourist Information/Performing Arts Theatre, where we were given a brief history of Coota. We were also told that they had not seen any sun in Coota for several weeks and even though it was cold it was good to see it today. There are some beautiful old buildings and many wide streets which ...
... him. He visited the local war museum, walked to the town for his paper and relaxed in the sun. On the second day he took a drive to Wyangala Dam but was disappointed that he would have to pay $10 to enter the park. So he turned around and came back to Cowra to play 9 holes of golf. He took some pictures on the way to the Dam as it was a very pleasant drive.