How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Kids pool
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... Years' resolution to get fit, so the 7km for him. The children could do the "family fun" event, the Matua Mile - she would be finished her 14km and could jog along with Olivia. Darius has completed a couple of 2km events on his own before: he'd be fine. And I'd cheer them all on from the sidelines... but I started to feel a bit left out. I went to district cross country and athletics in my high school years: surely with a bit of effort I could run again, ...
... Zoe and Keiran had a sleep.
The next morning we packed up and headed back into Orange to see if we could pick up some nice cheese and wine. We went to the Agristic Grocer and stocked up on Apple Cider and Beer made locally in Orange, cheese, a few vegies, milk and a few treats for the kids. Organic Cola and fresh peanut butter for Jack, chocolate coated fig for Zoe and a fancy muesli bar for Mikki. Then on the road again on our way to Carcoar Dam for the ...
... apple festival and there is a 5km event, I am booked in (the price is right, its free) get to the track and I did something so liberating that I can’t mention it even on this blog, it’s a bit gross but I felt amazing afterwards. So I start my run, the whole bloody thing is uphill!!! I hate hills, hate, hate, hate hills. Anyway since I haven’t run for about a month my time is just over ...
... aren't at the same spot otherwise this would make the track 1000.293klm. Well we were dummies and didn't know which way we should be going but it didn't seem to matter, others were going both ways as well. The speed limit is 60klm per hour, plenty fast enough, thank you very much, although the racing drivers reach speeds of 250 klm per hour!!! The view from the top was beautiful looking out over the town and the blue mountains. There was a motor museum, so we ...
... me feel like a stranger in my own country and appalls me. But whilst ever I have a family here, the most important thing in the world, it will be my home. I might move overseas one day. I might love it there. I might become a geographic information systems whiz in Taipei or a senior manager of a geo-app development firm in Busan. I might find happiness, stimulation, belonging, colour, the lifestyle I have always wanted. But it will never be home.
It was time to ...