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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
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... a room large enough for me to repack and de clutter, a good restaurant and we're even getting a fireworks display for Christmas Eve somewhere over towards Alexandrria. Best of all was the easy walk across the walkway to departures . Tomorrow we fly to Dubai instead of Bangkok, so looking forward to a 9 hour stopover with a lounge pass and hoping to go for a night drive into the city. this could be a new way of travelling to the airport from ...
... Paterson so on the way back to he van we took the scenic route to go past the sight of his birth home and a Banjo Paterson statue. The scenic route was a little too scenic, we actually ended up the the back suburbs of Bathurst ! But because it was a little late, we headed back tot the van to do Bathurst the next day. When we came into Bathurst the next day, the first ...
... of Steel was great and scary. Got a show bag and a Dagwood dog and time to go! Drove around the back of town through all the orchids, went for a nice walk around the dam and stopped at the Lakeside Cafe for an apple martini, delicious, we had 2!!! Stopped off at a local cider maker and ended up doing a tasting and buying some cider, really dry not sweet at all, delicious. Budget blown. As it was ...
... purchase our family adventure tickets to experience the scenic railway, glass bottomed sky car and scenic cableway. First ride is the scenic railway (the steepest railway in the world) which now has an adjustable seat setting to suit your thrill seeking levels. Of course we choose "cliff hanger" at a 64 degree incline. Wow it was fun! We explore the rainforest walkway at the bottom of the gorge before taking the cable car back up to the top of ...
... down again, so we drove around checking out the historic buildings. Bathurst is the first inland town to be built and the site of the first Australian gold rush and becoming a boom town in the 1850s. There are several places here that you can pan for gold, maybe we'll get to do that with the grandies when they come out to see us in the morning. Originally Peter was going to ride his Harley out to meet us, but has now decided to come out in his car and bring ...