George Kerferd Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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After an early start departing Port Renfrew at 6am we arrive at Victoria in what we think will be plenty of time to catch the ferry to Port Angeles USA , even stopping for a Starbucks beforehand. While advertised as a first come first served on the website we are unaware that cars have been parked since 7.30 the previous evening. We miss out by ONE car and rather than wait for the 3pm ferry with which there are no guarantees we would get a place ...
... or weekend here would do the trick. We are surprised at how easy the drive is from Sydney. The 6 hours on the Hume Hwy goes a lot quicker than driver north which are more used to. We also leave town today thankful to the generous Steve, mechanic at Jacobs Toyota who fixed our Prado yesterday. He came to rescue and fixed the hose to the extractor manifold ( something like that). Simon was very impressed how he made sure we were right to make our ferry to ...
... into the area living in tents and digging up long stretches of the valley sides. In time more permanent structures were erected and the town was surveyed and laid out in 1853. It has remained much the same since; the buildings are much less elaborate and splendid than those in Bendigo, but attractive being built of the golden local stone.
Before meeting up with the caravan people I looked around the Burke Museum, (yes the same Burke of Burke and Wills fame ...
... and coffee and then off on the road to Beechworth. Miki and I decided to stay at Beechworth for two nights in a cabin at the Sanbell Lake Caravan Park. Little two bedroom cabin cost $130 per night. Very comfortable but a bit expensive for what it is. Supposed to be lakeview but lake hard to see. Very quiet and pleasant surroundings however.
... sunshine. I knew I had a tough 30km ahead of me climbing towards Beechworth but found it very hard to get going when everything was just perfect and I was feeling so good. I crossed the Murray and entered Victoria. What a huge anti-climax. There were roadworks on the bridge which meant the shoulder was closed and I battled heavy traffic crossing the border into Mexico. I either missed the sign showing the border line between NSW and Victoria due to being ...