Palais Royale Blue Mountains
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a stream and gave us multiple views of a couple waterfalls. At the bottom of the slippery steps, we had a chance to catch a funicular train back up but opted for the exercise. It wasn't nearly as bad going back up as we thought. Because of the rain, we didn't do another hike. Instead, we ate more delicious ethnic food. The first meal was Malaysian, which I haven't had since Malaysia many years ago. It, like all the meals ...
Partly cloudy. Light winds. 7am 10.9 degrees feels like 9.2 It is a beautiful morning, Graham is out, I have been up, the beagle girls are up, blinds and doors open and I have a nice cup of tea. And when Graham got home he made me another nice cup of tea :) We enjoyed bacon and eggs for brekky, quite late :) Graham went to the bakery and bought a Dutch Ginger cake, it ...
... waterfall in the mountains. There are over 70 types of Eucylpt trees so difficult to know which variety you're looking at! We stopped off the the recently refurbished HydroMajestic hotel hoping for afternoon tea in their splendid tea room but they had stopped serving by 4pm so we had to make do with an ice team in their rather strange coffee/deli/museum/shop. By the ...
... see them further down where we picked up a path that ran along the cliff face half way up. Really good views. This traverse took and hour or so, which lead us past some small falls and then onto the Empress Fall, where some climbers were abseiling down. Then started the ascent in various stages with various lookouts. Eventually staggered into the coffee shop at the top for a well earned drink.
... erm...STEEP! It was practically a vertical drop down the mountainside, with no seat belts might I add! Health and safety in the UK would have a field day! For our little adrenaline junkies though it was a walk in the park and they wanted to ride it over and over again. Once was enough though and a walk on the rainforest floor was deemed as a much better option at the time.
With our three little sisters causing more of a stir with some Japanese tourists than the ...