Potters Hotel & Brewery
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we travelled from Tamworth through Musselbrook, Scone and Singleton and onto Nulkaba in the Hunter Valley where we'll be staying for the next three days.
Within one hour after we'd unhitched the van we were at McGuigan's Winery and the Hunter Valley Cheese Shop, made a couple of purchases to ensure I was set for the next few days of happy hours :-)
... to pay it and see La Toya safely at the garage.
As a good friend Adam decided to take our mind off of our broken van and took us on a tour of Newcastle, it was nice to see tht the Newcastle foreshore which is fast becoming a metropolitan and developed area. The Port of Newcastle is the largest coal exporting harbour in the world, according to Wikipedia, in 2009 it exported 97 metric tonnes, this is great news for Adam who happens to be a train ...
... felt much cooler by the sea. We saw lots of beautifully coloured birds, some snakes, wallabies, lizards and bees then got slightly lost doing a rainforest walk. When we got back I went for an even longer walk by the sea with Boo, the Belgian girl, to King Edward Park and back to the hostel. The sea was so rough, they were the biggest waves I have ever seen! I was exhausted in the evening so just relaxed with some other guests. This hostel is really nice - it's like ...
... so much between ourselves? The views were great too.
Five Star was booked into Australian Motorhomes for a few warranty things. Not much work to be done, just the usual sort of niggly things. We have heard there is always small issues with new Motorhomes as they 'settle' in to do their work so it wasn't a worry. Australian Motorhomes have a fantastic facility here, huge. Lots ...
Well, had the best night sleep ever. The beds, sheets and pillows are so clean and comfortable. Which mack a change from the old wearied out, stained sheets that I have come a custom too. :/ the wine tour bus picked me up at 9:45. There was only two others on the bus, they where a young compel from Sydney. Very chatty and welcoming. The first winery we visited was Calais Estate, a lonely boutique winery. ( boutique meaning that they don't supply any of there wine into the bottle ...