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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hour of all the exercise we need for the day". I was intrigued and prodding a bit further was told they'd never smoked, never indulged in large red meat meals and lived all their lives in unpolluted Tasmania. One was an architect, one was an accountant and the other an engineer who'd all worked in an office with no recycled air as in air-conditions. Strolling away from the jetty I felt a bit wiser and a lot younger, but if I was one of them I would love to have caught a fish and lived on to tell the ...
... the four free beer coupons we got from the team beside because they were not drinking. Long story short we ended up at the casino. 'Nough said. Upwards and onwards back to Melbourne! We were only back for a day and a half really, in which we made the most of by going to the Victoria Night Market followed by the casino again. We had to be at the train station at 3:45am for our 6am flight - so we had the genius idea to bring all our bags with us to the casino and leave right from there. Sydney, we have ...
... day the harbour had become filled with such boats turned out brilliantly complete with bunting, flags and smiling crews. The boats celebrate the art of wooden boat building and we saw examples bot from 1870 to the present day. All Hobart seemed to be out and about and we joined them in food, drink and the live music provided for us all. Saturday 7 February Thriller After flying back to Melbourne we took in the city, ate at Pellegrini's (I'd been there the previous month) and ...
... of the local pints, which were most enjoyable. I know, I know - not many pints I have met that I haven't liked!! The pub had a special atmosphere and caused my mind to wander to memories of my father, whom I imagined would have loved to be sitting across from me as Mom and Bonnie shopped. Caused my eyes to moisten more than a bit and again as I write this in recollection of a dear man who enjoyed a pint and a ...
... Arms Hotel. The weather was nice and therefore it only felt natural to drop in on the locals and support the local business. ��. "A Pims & Lemonade in a tall glass and a Cascade Lager please barmaid" ��. From there we walked back along the old red light district of South Street, down Kelly's Steps and back into Salamanca for lunch at Jack Greene. I was going to ...