Grand Pacific Hotel Lorne
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Staying at Lorne was pleasant. The hotel had a great restaurant and we were given a great welcome as well as a complimentary bottle of red wine. The stop was short because we had to get the car back quite early the next day and it takes 2 hours to drive from Lorne to Melbourne. Not really much to say about the drive apart from it continuing to be …
Feeling a bit weary this evening as we've done quite a lot of walking today, including two trips to Reception on arrival and a visit to two other rooms...more of that later!
John carefully studied the maps we have and was able to drive us towards Melbourne city centre. Then off onto the motorway without getting lost once...marvellous.
It was good to see the beginning of the Great Ocean Road and we were able to stop at a ...
... today. Thursday February 6th This morning I headed out from our campsite near Lake Elizabeth to walk on a mountain bike track to Forrest. From there we drove east through Moriac to Barwon Heads Caravan Park. Pretty hot so we both cooled off with a swim on the river beach. Dinner at the same local pub...paella again...too hard to resist! Friday February 7th We drove frantically from Barwon Heads to Queenscliff to catch the vehicular ferry to ...
... our behalf. It was a very large Studio Appartment with a super Queen bed and open plan kitchen. The type of place you could live in really....We had the customary walk around the town stocked up on our groceries. It was late to bed for us but we had a very restful night, it was up early and prepare for the off.....We travelled first from Lorne to Apollo Bay passing through the Wye and ...
... based pie went down well. Backtracked a few miles to the limestone formation,' London Bridge'. I'll leave the photographs to explain it's dramatic story. Next onto 'The Arch'. All these spots have a walkway from the carpark and viewing platforms to view the formations. Nicely done to have minimum impact on the country. The stacks are formed by the sea's relentless action against the cliffs eroding the softer limestone away at a rate of about 2cm a year. Harder areas are ...
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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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