Quality Hotel Bentinck
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... 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 ...
... and good company. We hit all the main spots on the way from Torquay to the Bay of Islands (#2!). And then with that the reunion was over. He had work the next day, he tried to convince me to get a working VISA and come back to NZ with him. I had a flight to Asia in three days, Africa in two weeks and a life to get back to in Europe. Travel happens. Life happens. http://www.lovethesearch.com/2013/05/do nt-date-girl-who-travels.html A ...
... to see them. We were welcomed into their beautiful home and after a quick drink we jumped in there cars and were shown the river where they go to swim and then the rest of there property and cows which was on the other side of the highway. I want to live on a farm I think. I know Shelby would love to as well.
We got back to the farm had nibbles and then dinner which Katrina had organized everything. It was so yummy! ...
... old hotel and couldn't help but be attracted to it and it's sign that said "Open for Lunch'.
While we were waiting for the food to arrive we looked around. It was a fantastic place with beautiful lead light windows, great furniture and lots of memorabilia displayed. As John looked around he suddenly found something of great interest - a composite photo display in a frame of a racing event - The St Patrick's Day Kroit ...
Our original plan was to head into the Grampians, but it's on fire. Actually, a lot of Victoria is on fire. Day 1, there was a 2000 ha fire in the Grampians, day 2 it reached 9000 ha, and today we checked and it was 14000. There are several other little fires that have propped up as well, but all seem to be under control. Reading and consulting, there are areas that are open, but in general they don't advise travel during a 'code red' ...