Grand Pacific Hotel Lorne
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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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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 …
We loved the Great Ocean Road. The coastline here is completely different from Queensland and New South Wales. This area has so much to offer, great beaches, rugged cliff-side vantage points, lush rainforests, waterfalls, koalas and more. We took three days to drive the 200km of super windy roads that are cut into the steep coastal headland. We kicked off our Great Ocean Road tour from Anglesea after our raining surf experience. The weather was still rainy and ...
... views up and down the coast and with big rollers coming in it was easy to see that the ship and crew stood little chance. We could also see the rain clouds on their way. Awesome is an overused word these days but Maggie and I both used it to describe the scene. Next stop the 12 Apostles. This is now really commercialised compared to our last visit in 2005. Now a central car park and an underpass to walk to the viewing points. For me it had lost something and I did not enjoy it ...
... upper thigh, forearm, both shoulders etc etc. The clothes went straight in the bin as they were rags now and he jumped into the shower. He took a very very very long time to come out! I think he was just slowing trying to work through the pain.
We had banked up a few necessary things which we needed to get to a big town for so we headed off the next day to drive the 40 mins or so inland to Geelong. There we did the things we needed to and headed back again.
... Jo then went off to the book club to discuss The Light between Oceans for a second time.
After dinner we visited early ballroom dancing and finally got to see a show. The Royal Cunard Singers and Dancers performed a tribute to Sting and were followed by a very promising young singer and piano player Will Martin from New Zealand who had stopped over on the QM2 on his way to the USA to seek fame and fortune. He is the young singer who opens ...