Mariners Waterfront Hotel & Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Must say felt good to get some sleep. Decided to try to get to the bike shop for around 8:30 to pick up me steed. I had picked the hotel I was at because it wasn't too far from the bike shop. So I woke up about 6 and lollygagged about and tried to figure out how to pack things again. So far I'm pretty happy I do not have too much stuff so far. So I got me bike gear on and managed to put my smaller suitcase in the larger one and fill it with ...
... beef panini & I had banana bread with honey (you jealous Jenny?).
A lot of roadside deaths on the way, none caused by us, 1 wombat, 2 possums, too many Roos to count.
Roads are really good so the driving is easy and there are some good sights en route. Unfortunately not many stopping places so difficult to appreciate all the sites and Janette had to try to get a few pics through the window.
Batemans Bay is lovely and our "Boutique Accomodation" ...
... I really enjoyed the trip to Mallacoota, particularly the company and Goof's antics actually added to our fun. My cousin and his mates were great and I looked forward to our next holiday.
I should add that even though some of the caravan park clientele gave us more to laugh about we also met some very nice fellow campers, particularly Wayne and Deb and a lovely artist who was working on a beautiful painting of the Mallacoota ...
... around the area. Then the owner of Bay Breeze called to inform us that our room was ready. When walked into the room we couldn't help ourselves... In the late afternoon we went for a walk South of where we live along the coast line. On the way back we grabbed some groceries including whiskey to for fun. That night we ate Dominos looking out on a dark see in wild winds. Had an amazing ...
... started to peer through the grey clouds.
Back at the car, we must now find our way out of the city once more. We should have been heading south, but we find ourselves back in the CBD. Having to pass the airport on our
way out, we espy an airport sign we take a street that is actually becomes a road tunnel right under the city centre.
Taking the scenic route through Royal National Park, we stop for lunch at a ...