Alexandra Beach Hotel & Apartments
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Orange was one of those towns which impressed me because there are a lot of old buildings, but there is a lot of restoration work to keep that historical style,instead of trying the modernise old buildings which make them look tacky. Also an unusual number of people smoking - Ken even mentioned it to me so it wasn't just me who noticed ! Orange is the birthplace ...
... we could see the big words on the hill "MOUNT PANAROMA". We continued on and stopped at the cute little town Lucknow, just before Orange. We stopped at 'Two fat ladies' for a hot chocolate to warm us up. It is a coffee and lolly shop and must have had almost every lolly you have ever heard of and more. We only left with one small packet of mixed lollies which I thought was pretty good. Over the road there was a country shop selling cow hides, hats, boots and ...
... over view of the island. Being the end of a rather hot summer the grass was brown and reminded me very much of home in summer very dry and parched. Checked into our studios then Shirley and I headed out for supplies, our studios are so close to the beach and the marina where you hire 2 lounges and an umbrella for 5 euros for the day. Back for a nibble and a quick dip before heading out to dinner which we had at a lovely restaurant on the beach ...
... my goodwill towards Australia was soon stretched. I caught several trains today to visit Grandma and my niece and nephew, and was very quickly dismayed at the feral trash bogan behaviour on Sydney's railways. Foul-mouthed tattooed swamp-donkey harridans shouting "f... youse c...s" on their mobiles for the whole carriage to hear on the East Hills Line; rotten-toothed hoodie-wearing delinquents jumping turnstiles at Penrith station. In Asia I never once saw anybody I ...
... reserve so aerial spraying and baiting could be carried out. The reserve was packed the last weekend due to the Bathurst 1000 and each year following the race they do the spraying and baiting. No worries- we are leaving today. Frances then asked what time they were closing the reserve - 10:00am. It was now just after 9:00am. So much for a lazy morning - better get a wriggle on. Breakfast was downed and we packed up and left. Within 40 minutes. Go ...