Quality Hotel Cargills
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... 6 children and 3 wives, no other entertainment and then he committed suicide in the Houses of Parliament and left it all behind. Stunning gardens as the rhododendrons are out in full flower at the moment. The 1967 original owner was there in the castle about 10 feet away organising some work to be done and I couldn't get Wally to shut up so I could do a bit of eaves dropping - just doesn't take hints sometimes that boy. Her son and family are ...
... William Larnach did in 1871 when he built this place.
It's now owned by the Barker family, who have restored it and opened it to the public - all the entrance fees go towards maintenance and further restoration. It's a fascinating place, and Kramstable was really excited to be here because he'd never been to a castle before.
It's a great building and the views from the tower are wonderful. The gardens are also amazing, very ...
... If they really want to be “one of the world’s great train trips”, they need more of these cars. Anyway, it was not full. Why we had not been given the option to move there is still a mystery, but move we did. That, of course, messed up the lunch schedule. I politely asked why we could not simply carry our box lunch with us. After some conferring, they, someone, I don’t know who, said we could. Now, these people were ...
... weeks they spend their time moving in, drinking, and burning furniture in the streets. That all seems to be de rigeur.
Now this guy who gave us the tour whipped us through a bunch of stuff – like the museum, where we had a really, really interesting 30-minute guided tour covering Maori war canoes and totems, extinct (for a long time) auks and (for 500 years) moas (which were truly flightless because they had no wing bones whatsoever), and finished up with ...
lovely final week staying with Alan and Irene at their flat in central Brissie... Ate very well, relaxed, visited friends and family and generally soaked up super Henderson and Brisbane hospitality. Downtown buzzing with the G20. Police on foot, on bikes, motorbikes, boats, horses and in helicopters - thousands of them. 30 fed police staying in our block. But Brisbane a more relaxed and spacious place ...