Quality Hotel Mildura Grand
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We traced the pathway of the mighty Murray River from Murray Bridge and Tailem Bend in South Australia, staying in Mannum, through Palmer, Berri, Renmark, crossing over the
border into Victoria, staying a while in Mildura, then continuing through to Albury/Wodonga, and finally finishing the drive at Chiltern/Beechworth.
... at the back for the van. Imagine the kids' excitement (big and little) when we arrived to find the main bathroom had a spa, fireplace and TV! We didn't venture far and had Thai takeaway home delivered, a few glasses of red and watched the Masterchef final on the 50 inch screen. We all slept like little troopers and woke refreshed for the drive home today. What a fantastic way to end what has been an amazing trip! ...
... free, just like it is free to request lift span bridges to be raised for boats. They just need some notice, and in the case of raising bridges, there is usually set times (I'm guessing so it doesn't upset school runs !). There is a lift span bridge at Wentworth, and we were told they had some issues with oil leaking and causing environmental damage, so they changed to vegetable oil instead. So eat more fish and chips, it saves the errr .... ...
This morning we woke with the sun kissing the banks of the Murray and birds and pelican flying over. We had four seasons in one....dust storm, wind, rain and sunshine and that was all in one hour! I was greeted with a coffee in bed and a lovely surprise from my family. A Nan cup which will be well used, a picture frame of my beautiful grandsons and a card which made me teary. So Happy Mother's Day to all the mums reading this blog. We had a wonderful breakfast cooked ...
... the caravan park for the weekend. Particularly one family that had a camper trailer plus tent. With all of the gear they had with them and the time involved to pack it up, we wondered if it felt like a holiday!
That got us thinking about some other travellers we'd seen on our travels. We have been surprised by the number of caravanners travelling with pets, particularly large dogs. But the award to strangest travelling pet goes ...