Grand Pacific Hotel Lorne
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Pacific Hotel Lorne
This hotel was.. amaaazing!! What can I say?
Suites with 2 bathrooms, kitchen, laundry room, living room, 3 bedrooms and a terrace with view on the ocean!!
I havent seen a nicer place in a loong time! And you can just take a 10 minute walk to the town center along the beach! Beautiful!!
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... koala had climbed to some leaves, it calmly sat there and slowly chewed away.
We continued along the Great Ocean Road stopping at a few lookouts along the way. One of the good things about Australia is that if there is something to see by a road, they usually have a spot you can pull over in to have a look. The weather wasn't as sunny as we'd have liked but the views were still lovely. We'd love to do it again in the summer one day.
We stopped at one ...
... to the beach, and to my surprise, Casey is doing really well now with bodyboarding the waves and riding them into the beach. We fought the tide for a while building sandcastles and generally got very sandy and wet! Oh, I love the beach! The next day we took a drive back up to Lorne. We took a drive out to the falls about 10kms west of Lorne, it was very pretty, and we managed some beautiful photos of us all ...
... the start so think there is some competition going on here J.First stop was Bay of Islands where the unofficial ‘amazing race of nations’ was about to begin; our competitors included Germans, Spanish, Australians and English all jostling for position on the string of Great Ocean Road viewing points and so the race began. Bay of Islands was beautiful but no seals spotted unfortunately. Next ...
... the ferry we set up at the tables, had our arvo tea and walked around the deck, struggling to hold on outside in the wind! But the trip itself was very smooth, not rough like I expected it to be, it was smooth 40minute trip that saved us going up into Melbourne and around, we were hoping to say hi to friends and family in Melbourne, but time was running out for us.
Setting up camp in Torquay was freezing, we weren’t sure how much longer we could ...
... your shoulders. The other thing he likes to do, as a way of greeting & showing affection is to lick you. He still does it but thankfully not quite as enthusiastically as when he was younger. That first time I found I was always washing my hands and right up my arms to get read of the doggy lick! It was a hot & sunny day so we headed for the local beach. In addition to our towels & the beach ...