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... evening sight seeing tour tonight. First we were taken to the so called Latin Quarter which is the oldest part of Paris. We were given time to stroll around and buy our dinner. We finished up with 9 of the tour group at our table at the restaurant we chose, one couple having their 25th wedding anniversary. We seem to have teamed up with an elderly lady, jean from Emerald Beach in Queensland, who has adopted us and ...
... queue of Hot Rods, from a Victorian club going by the number plates.
After a quick dinner of hot chips, and a photo with a Melbourne Tram, we got in line to board the boat. After being quiet and under the weather all day, Georgia kicked into hyperactive mode, bouncing around the car till we could park and go to our room.
We checked out the on-board Tassie tourist bureau for some brochures ...
... at about 9.20am !!
I'd forgotten to take Meds so took them and waited for a while and started to feel hungry. Hugry Jacks for Doug and chicken salad for me (put that in especially for Gaga). LA airport shops aren't much ... same old same old and about two or three places to eat and that's it apart from a small newstand that also sells snacks and mags ....so we sat and waited for our flight ….
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... is super strong! We sat for less then 20 minutes eating and our shoulders and necks were crisp. We continued down the coast through Tirroul, Corrimal and eventually stopping in Wollongong. Wollongong is the third biggest city in the state and has a huge lighthouse and port. We walked around the lighthouse and checked out the port. It was awesome. From there we continued down towards Port Kembla and crossed over to Shellharbour. Shellharbour ...
Not a lot done today when there is a little black shadow ... or should I say a big black shadow following you around or wanting to be with you. Another walk in the morning, a couple of Smackos and he's good for another dog nap !
After having a lazy day and reading the Sunday paper, we eventually got up and moving and decided to see Micheil later in the day.
But first we headed over to a large shopping mall where I bought my new ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMantra Wollongong
Pretty good location, large rooms, full cooking facilities. Bed was getting a little old and shower flooded the bathroom, but neither was too bad.
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