- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... would go. With almost no traffic to slow us I made up lost time. What fun!
By the time we got to Queenstown I had made up quite a bit of time. We took a small detour through downtown (I made a wrong turn) and then returned to the “highway”. Not far to go now and the road got even more twisty. This road makes the road to Paradise (on Mt Rainier) look like a super highway. Oh, did I mention ...
... entrance to the harbour. It got its name from the convicts (yes again) sent to an island here, and because it is so narrow and tends to run a bit with the tides. Today, with the ocean really blowing up a storm, it really lived up to it's name. Our boat, which by the way was a large and very stable catamaran nosed, its way out a just a little way, then turned round and came back. Then as we moved through the harbour we took a look ...
... I was sitting in a small Cessna lifting off straight from the water. This was a new experience and a great adventure. We flew over the coastline and along the big harbour, then inland along the Gordon River. A very spectacular view from above. Then we landed on the river in a small valley. This was really exciting. We had a short stop there and ...
... and down hills with hairpin bends. So glad we did not have the caravan on. There were fantastic murals painted on any spare wall in the town, really lovely. With the tyre fixed, we decided to visit the Mole Creek Caves on the way back to Cradle Mountain. Bit of a detour but well worth it. There are three caves you can visit. We did the Marapooka caves that feature glow worms, which incidentally are not worms but the larvae of insects. You cannot ...
... took place. Then onto the Gordon River while we has a delicious buffet lunch including yummy smoked salmon and Camembert cheese. In the river proper we slowed right down as we traversed the narrow and winding river. The reflections in places were remarkable as was the wild forest growth. We also given lots of info and history on the Huon Pine logging and milling industry, as well as the infamous political Franklin river Dam project, which was ...