Mercure Port Of Echuca

Address: 465 High Street, Echuca, Victoria, 3564, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 465 High Street, Echuca, is near Port of Echuca and P.S. Pevensey.
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    Travel Blogs from Echuca

    Day 6 sainte ferme to la Reole

    A travel blog entry by judilawler on Aug 01, 2014

    10 photos

    ... waiting I saw an abbey next door, beautiful cloister with modern sculpture, very light & in excellent condition. It's an art space now. Our host, Nicole arrived in a small sedan, not too clean. Bundled in & off we went. Very friendly she is the warden at the church in pondaurat. Well restored with fresco on the walls , ceiling. Most unusual & I wonder if all the plain churches we have seen were like this in Norman times. Today at 4 pm all ...

    Ziggy had fun at Ayson's!

    A travel blog entry by ziggy-prime on Apr 16, 2014

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... the leftovers from the kids, I wonder if I would have liked a lick of the pasties?
    They collected more wood on the way back and we had another campfire that night. I came out in my travel pen to sit by the fire too.
    Oh, did I tell you how I escaped?? On Monday night, Dad went to bed a bit earlier and I went too. Mum stayed up at the campfire with Jill and Karen. When Mum came into the van, I jumped out of ...

    Exploring Echuca

    A travel blog entry by john-and-anne on Apr 16, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... almost to Queensland and there was well over 1000 kilometers of windy river to navigate.

    Back at The River Gallery, we had tea and a read, then repacked.
    Finally we went out and had pizza, a beer (him) and a cocktail (her).
    Now, I'm toying with our final blog to publish tomorrow when we get to the Emirates lounge in Melbourne...if I can make my brain cells work, it might be another poem!


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    Glendambo to Coober Pedy

    A travel blog entry by sharonstratton on May 04, 2013

    15 photos

    Huge day! We got away early and arrived at Coober Pedy at 11 am. Went for a drive around Coober Pedy and found Faye Place! An under ground home and mine that was totally build by three woman in the 1950 to 1960. The under ground home was quant and the two host were more than friendly. The under ground mind showed traces of opal still in it. The two hoist told us where to go next Crocodile Harry"s place! Off we went in search of ...

    Murray River Home of the Paddlesteamer

    A travel blog entry by pughsjourney2 on Dec 28, 2012

    14 photos

    ... water birds, wildlife, reptiles, kangaroos and emus. Graeme had another go at yabbying only to find six all to small for consumption so we through them back to grow into larger ones.

    Another day of travelling and we found the Torrumbarry Weir, Lock No 26. The original weir was constructed in 1919 and was first put into operation in December 1923. At the peak of construction as many as 365 men were employed, the number of horses required ...