Ibis Budget Newcastle
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Tasting 18 wines was enough to keep us both off wine at dinner. Took pictures of the rest of the table. We now know someone important. Graeme and his wife Janet got invited to the Captain’s Table the night before, so they regaled us with tales of food and wine. … then we all said our goodbyes and went upstairs to pack. Our car picks us up at 7:30 in the morning.
And we found out that every hour the ship is delayed in port costs them $30,000. ...
We have had our first lot of rain since the start of our holiday and there is also a strong wind. I (Lynn) have the day to my self again and have decided to become a tourist and explore Newcastle. Newcastle is a headland 2/3 rd surrounded by water, the Hunter River, Newcastle Harbour and the Pacific Ocean and is a city on a hill, so many steep roads to climb. A 10 min walk arrive at ...
... visa. We have decided it was hurting too much so last Wednesday morning we pulled the pin. In doing so, all of a sudden he was able to contact us and was even able to obtain some information for us, but too little too late. It was time for a rethink and release the pressure valve.
We have a home in Corette, which has been rented for some time. Our tenant is moving on and now it is need of quite a bit of love and in one place much support. This will be easier achieved if we ...
... Our interest diminished quickly upon the sight of the entry fee - but we compromised by finding a grassy spot by a pond, overlooking the gardens. There we sat to enjoy our picnic lunch (yes, of rice cakes and peanut butter!). Overlooking the pond was a beautiful building which I assume was the garden restaurant. It was made of white weatherboard and had impressive bay windows overlooking the gardens. I loved it and had to take a photo!
We drove to ...
... flathead! Its a bitter sweet ending.
I end up catching and Octopus (Tag and release) a Flathead,Tailor, Small Snapper, and a massive Gar Fish with big teeth, (maybe a pike or some new species of flesh eating garfish?) A good morning out
We had lunch back at Forresters Beach and the kids ended up swimming. We said our goodbyes, and headed north towards Newcastle and beyond.