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... before midday and the drizzle returned for 10mins before a fantastic last 60kms into Swansea. We returned to the coast and with such a picturesque view and some small uphill/downhill sections with a good tail wind, we managed to pick the pace up a bit (still as 1 bunch). We rolled into Swansea a bit ahead of schedule at 1.45pm which allowed a restful arvo. We have been put into groups of 5-6 riders with each group being allocated to a specific masseuse. I was ...
After listening to a few songs, we headed out to find somewhere to eat. There are tons of restaurants and bars in the area, all full of people. We found one bar call Telegraph Hotel, where the drinks were the average prices we have been seeing, but the food was ridiculously cheap. Jason we even asked the bartender why the food was so cheap! Either way, both of our meals filled us up like crazy. In fact, I'm still incredibly full and uncomfortable now as I am writing this 3 hours after ...
... br> spot right at your door.
Our first day was quite rainy, but we decided to do a drive
down through Southport to Cockle Creek.
We can now say we have visited the southern most point of mainland
Tasmania. Of course our Bruny Island
adventure took us further south. There
is not too much at Cockle Creek but it seems to be a popular fishing village
with lots of little seaside shacks and houses.
The local ...
... where we thought we'd do some beer tastings, by the time we got there it was also lunch time so we decided to stay for lunch. The tastings were fine, Nick liked a few of them but the rest of us aren't really beer drinkers. The waiter told us that it would be a 10 minute wait for them to make a table for us which turned into 15 minutes. We ordered straight away and told them to ...
... of the camping spots, looked a bit rough for my liking and only 1 single drop dunny. Nick couldn't help doing some burnouts on the sand.
We then continued on the road to Milton Winery and did some Winery tastings. They had some lovely wines, set in an old homestead house with a pond in the background and on a nice day a lovely outdoor eating area.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking