Fountaindale Grand Manor
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... now even the ravens are locked in a wire cage. We wanted to get back to the hotel to see Greg and Julie Anne before they left for the airport. This plan only just worked out as the red bus and the number 74 were delayed due to road closures for some march. We arrived at the hotel just 5 minutes before they were picked up. For the second night we went around the corner to The Goose hotel for dinner and dined on a barbeque combination plank. Back to the Ibis Hotel for our final night in ...
... the castle (yes, yet another one), then had some free time to look around this little town. Then back on the coach and headed for Waterford, the home of the famous Waterford Crystal. Apparently the Waterford Crystal factory was a victim of the global economic crisis and the crystal is no longer manufactured there. They did not tell us where it is made but claim it is still ...
... to the dock area. From there onto a tender boat and back to our ship that was moored in the bay. The boat cruises overnight back to the Athens port so we disembark about 8am. Tonight we had to pack our bag and get ready for an early start. Of course this was not before another 3 course dinner and a final night cap in our favourite Horizons Bar. We have thoroughly enjoyed the ...
... We be worked out that it's so much cheaper to eat lunch out than dinner, and takeaway is even cheaper. I had vegetable Thai green curry and rice with a drink for $11. It would probably cost that just for ingredients in Coles. We sat in a park outside of town and ate our yummy Thai, then headed up into the southern highlands. The scenery is different from the rest of NSW that we had seen. Isomers say it's a bit like parts of England, which I can see. We visited Robertson, home ...
... so we did not dally for long.
Arrived at the log cabins at 4.04pm. Can't think why it takes from 9.15am to 4pm to get places? Mind we do dally and stop all the time and there is lunch and all of that.
Our next accommodation is a 'log cabin' which isn't really a cabin more a semi detached log cabin. Everything is decidedly rustic and it is just fabulous. So clean. We reckon David (the owner) could teach the folks in the Snowy Mountains about cleanliness. ...