Imperial Hotel

Address: 1 Station Street, Mount Victoria, New South Wales, NSW 2786, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1 Station Street, Mount Victoria, is near Vipassana Meditation Centre.
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      Travel Blogs from Mount Victoria

      Seaplane flight,Sydney

      A travel blog entry by bruceybabe on Nov 13, 2014

      ... cafe .we left the hotel around 10am to catch a bus to rose bay , this is where the plane fly out, beautiful day ,blue skies around 35 degrees , just right. A guy from the seaplane came to meet us ,he took us over to a boat, a small barge , I think Pauline got a surprise , she had to get into the barge , to her surprise but she managed it , she's a real trooper , he took us out to the middle of the to catch the seaplane, the boat goes up to the plane and they ...

      Blue Mountains

      A travel blog entry by hendos on Jun 08, 2014

      39 photos

      ... Falls.
      It was really raining by this time so we had to wait for a bit in the car until it stopped. Eventually it did and we were so glad it did cause the views and the falls were amazing! Unbelievable views!!!

      Today was the only day that we had where it was going to be sunny the whole day so we went to Scenic World. We left just after lunch and headed down. It was only across the road from where we were staying in the caravan park so that was handy.
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      Blue Mountains

      A travel blog entry by sophieackland on Feb 18, 2014

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... It was really hard to cook in a hostel especially as the kitchen is pretty small and there is a lot of people wanting to use the hob, so the pressure is on. Luckily Graeme and Mark (the Scotts) are opposite me and helping me cook. So I cut up the chicken and put it in the pan, it already started to stick to the pan but I cooked that until it's near enough white and then I added in my vegetables (mixed vegetables from a packet) to the pan. ...

      The Blue Mountains

      A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Jan 15, 2014

      6 photos

      It's a relatively early start as we grab breakfast before heading south again. The Blue Mountains are west of Sydney, but due to the landscape, national parks and roads, we pretty much have to drive down to the outskirts of Sydney and back out again. We start the climb out of Sydney and up towards the town of Katoomba where we’ll be staying – and immediately feel sympathy for James (who we’ll be staying with on our return to Sydney) as ...

      Ghost town

      A travel blog entry by roastbeefnolive on Nov 06, 2012

      4 photos

      ... and rock leaking water is hair raising to say the least. We got to the bottom with our hearts in our mouths but once there we thoroughly enjoyed our walk through the forest floor. We later took a gondola across the tops of the trees and right next to the three sisters which rewarded us with even more beautiful views and photos of the mountains.  Before scenic world we took a quick trek to see another cascade, pictures of which we've included for you to see. That evening we ended ...