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.
... and almonds and vineyard after vineyard. We see fields of mandarins branches full of fruit, ready to drop. We have reached the Murray River, the river that gives life to this area. Farmers pump water out of the river into irrigation channels and that water helps grow all this magnificent produce. The road runs next to the winding river. We come rolling into Swan Hill now needing petrol, the last of the veggie oil gone and coasting ...
... folks, brother and the family Which I try and do a few times each year. It will also gives Mads a chance to eat more healthier and have a rest from me ��. Tue 24th - well we woke up just before 9am this morning and still cannot believe how much sleep we are getting and obviously needing. I am not sure why as we do not do much physical or mental work on this trip but you won't us complaining about that ...
... the wheels skipped over the troughs and just touched lightly on the peaks. This was hair-raising. The speed was around 100kph and it was very scary for the first 20 or 30 kms until we got used to it and stopped munching on our fingernails. It was certainly an experience. My second cousin, Fay Johnson has a daughter Jenny. Jenny and her husband Paul Davy just love Lake Mungo; they have even bestowed the name Mungo (and Cobar after the NSW outback town) ...
... that with a little fuel in our tummies we would continue on, and look for a nice spot beside the highway to call home for the night. The spot we chose ended up being in Mildura, where we pampered ourselves with a motel room for the night. After being told earlier that nothing was available in town. A large group had cancelled their booking last minute, leaving plenty of spare rooms available for us to choose ...