Milton Park Country House Hotel & Destination Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... any other day the charge is around 10 pounds. It is really spectacular inside but we have been spoiled with beautiful cathedrals on our tours, so St Paul's rated as good but not the best we have seen. A bit of lunch then onto the Tower of London. Both Heather and I have been there before (although quite a few years ago) but we were disappointed with the changes that have been made, obviously to accommodate the huge number of tourists that now gather there. It has changed ...
... After the women finished their "I'll show you mine and you'll show me yours" session with their Swarovski we were back on the coach and heading for Lucerne. The scenery is absolutely awesome, mile after mile of spectacular mountains, green fields, lakes, rivers and lush pine forests. The lunch stop was in Liechtenstein, after crossing the boarder from Austria. Liechtenstein is an extremely small country but is a tax haven for the rich and some companies. It ...
... dirty but as we came into old Rome it got a lot nicer. We picked up a local guide who was quite good and added a bit of humour to the walk around tour. He walked us around the sights in old Rome including things like the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain which has just been closed for a refurbishment. Wasn't that great timing, it was only closed in the last couple ...
... somehow we will get together again soon and that at some point we will be able to house swap.
Our next destination was Nowra where we met up with an old friend of P's. The drive took us down the hairpin bends through Kangaroo Valley towards the coast. With Jude's partner not being well, we took a drive out along the coast. Our first stop, Vencentia was the venue for a fish and chip lunch. From there we headed to ...
We left Sydney and headed to Bowral as the boys wanted to visit the Bradman Museum. Hugh loved it while mum lasted about 10 minutes before she had had enough. When we returned to the car we unfortunately had a flat battery. Prior to leaving we had signed up with RACV for reciprocal arrangements interstate and NRMA attended quickly which was great and got us on our way to Canberra. ...