Robe Hotel

Address: Robe, South Australia, SA 5276, Australia | Hotel
 
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      Lobster in Robe

      A travel blog entry by skye.roxby on Nov 17, 2014

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      ... see (which is a lot different from the recent drives we have done in the north of the state). We grabbed some lunch from the Robe bakery (a must visit) and had a picnic on the foreshore watching the clouds move over the bay, changing the colour of the water. It was very relaxing (apart from being harassed by a few of the local seagulls!)

      The Little Dip ...

      Day 122 Lucindale SA.

      A travel blog entry by terro12 on Oct 19, 2014

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      ... was a size larger than the Baby Q and Leah provided some chocolate balls for dessert. It got very cold outside so we adjourned to the van for an hour or so. Brian P called by to see what time we are departing in the morning. We all agreed on 9:30 to 10:00 am. We broke up not long after and everybody went home. We took the opportunity to pack a few things away so it is a little easier in the morning. Yet another great day. Is there no end to ...

      Day 118 Lucindale SA

      A travel blog entry by terro12 on Oct 15, 2014

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      ... got to the head of the line and we got some of the last seats. We are on board with Gerda and Ray along with 48 others from all over Australia. We departed the park in good time. Our first destination is Penola. This is the town that the now Mother Mary McKillop made home and did all her good deeds. We walked the lane with the most old cottages that are still standing or have been refurbished. This is Petticoat Lane and is very pretty. The roses in ...

      Day 104. Kingston SE. To Lucindale 60kms

      A travel blog entry by geomaz on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... Day was spent doing some housekeeping, catching up with people we haven't seen since last year's muster, as well as our own Southern Nomad members that are close by. Our afternoon tea turned into an impromptu Happy Hour as people walking past or parked nearby joined in, was very pleasant. Cold wind sent us into the van for dinner and we even have the TV on, first time since Broome, two months ...

      No Lobsters in Lobster town

      A travel blog entry by bushpigging on Sep 01, 2014

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      ... scenery is not as picturesque as it turns from coastal views with rolling hills to salty lakes,s tea tree and native shrubs!!!!
      We wind our way through to Wellington where we crossed the Mighty Murray by ferry to Meningie on our route to Kingston SE for the night .....the home of the big Lobster......I thought YES Lobster for dinner and became very excited. I sent David on a mission to the local fish shop to enquire as to how I could get me a lobster. Don't ...

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