Quality Hotel Bentinck
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... buildings and attractions.
A day trip (about a 20 kilometre drive) to Cape Bridgewater was rewarding. Bridgewater Bay was a nice sandy beach with a little village tucked away in its south west corner.
At Cape Bridgewater, first on our wanted to do list was the walk to a Seal Colony which was described as a steep climb of moderate difficulty of about 5 kilometres return which we completed in 3 hours. We enjoyed ...
... patronage and income to maintain these locations. Along with the added bonus of the tourist dollar propping up the local communities.
Putting that grievance aside, we returned to enjoying and exploring this location.
Mary made up some herb scones for tea which she wrapped in foil and cooked on top of the hot coals from the fire we had going. The nice hot tasty scones certainly complemented our meal that evening.
As the sun set we sat close to ...
... all of its produce from solid logs to mountains of woodchips. After a look in at the Information centre we source our campsite at Cape Bridgewater. There is an old camp ground which caters for school groups and families in cabin and dormitory type accommodation, plus with a couple of powered and unpowered sites. A phone call made an unpowered site secured. Its is only a short drive from Portland to Cape Bridgewater through ...
Quite a bit of rain overnight but not going to let that dampen our last couple of days.
Not sure whether I prefer to sleep comfortable in the warm weather or snug up under the doona in the cooler weather. Hmmmm!
Anyway I did a bit of tidying up inside the bus and Payton and Milly, once the rain had stopped from earlier in the morning, went for their last jump on one of the Big 4 caravan park jumping pillows. They played ...
... filled section. When I came out, instead of finding Lee in the car sleeping, it got too hot so she sat on a park bench and fell asleep with her head on the table. I felt so sorry for her! She rallied again so we stopped next at a sink hole (collapsed cave) in the very centre of town that had been turned into a park and gardens. Lee did a bit better on this segment but after our picnic lunch, she had another sleep on the grass before we moved on. The ...