Lakeview Motor Inn Bendigo
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Kids pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... up, so we got photos then travelled west to Bendigo Pottery. The examples of the pottery were exquisite but expensive. We also had a look at a recycle store which also was stunning. Then we headed for Melton, and our WARM motel. We are here for three days, visiting friends, then we will be going to Seymour and then Culcairn in NSW. Kenny is five months old today so we bought him a baby meat pie to ...
... a meal under cover and on the run which might be useful as we go up through desert conditions. Maria thinks it will be a good idea and that is what counts. The instructions for fitting it are virtually non existent and I've had to go back and speak to Mr.Supercheap Auto to understand how it fits. He has given me the news that I have to take the roof rack apart and slide two brackets between the parts, one front and one back, then do it all up again. Rigorous readers of this ...
... is complete. The Great Stupa is already a place of pilgrimage for Buddhists of all traditions. This stupa is 50 metres square at the base and nearly 50 metres high (the same size as the Great Stupa of Gyantse in Tibet). They expect this stupa will last for 1000 years and it will cost over $20 million to build, all of which is being raised through donations. The Dalai Lama has already blessed the giant Buddah statues that are housed here. Today we were able ...
... bloom, and the roses are budding, with some already in bloom for spring. The trees on our nature strip are providing almost total shade which heralds summer is not to far away. Phil's been watering so hopefully things will still be ok when we return. Solar panels clean, and air conditioner is in readiness, so with good weather ahead, we should be making electricity back to the ...
... have white swans the ones down here are only black.
We continue on our way and commence a walking tour of town. Bendigo struck it big in the 1850's with the discovery of gold nearby resulting in the construction of beautiful Victorian properties. Taking great pride in it's history many of the buildings are still around today in all of their photogenic glory. ...
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