Royal Exchange Hotel
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... of bitumen with no shade and very close to the main road to Adelaide – yeah!
I have so far been proud of our not booking ahead policy, but tonight I was disappointed that we were unable to have dinner at the Palace Hotel having not booked ahead. It is a huge old 1880’s building made famous in the film ‘Priscilla Queen of the Desert’. We had a look around at the murals and the bar and impressed but disappointed, decided to dine ...
... terminal is quite small, but features some Pro Hart paintings on the wall. We planned to come back to the airport ourselves after the tour as that's where the Royal Flying Doctor Service is based and it is open for tours. Last stop on the tour was the now defunct Junction Mine. Here one of our tour guides explained the old mining process and described the hardship the early miners faced.
After the tour we had ...
... ultrasound to find the nerve in the back of my knee took a while, multiple injections, wait for them to kick in, only one side became numb, not both sides, then a doctor slowly tries to pull my ankle into place (I think he was actually trying to pull me off the bed), X-ray, no luck. Repeat pull-X-ray process twice more to no avail and the orthopedic surgeon at the Royal Adelaide Hospital is consulted via phone before they gave ...
... but it has a history associated with trains etc so plenty of historic stuff about. Had coffee at the old picture theatre. Have enclosed photos. We then set of and travelled to Broken Hill crossing the border of South Australia to NSW at Cockburn.
Will be sightseeing for next couple of days here then heading out again.
Hope all are well and look forward to seeing all soon.
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29th June - 30th June Gol Gol NSWStayed at a lovely caravan park, again on the banks of the Murray. We rode our bikes from NSW into Mildura Victoria and back, okay it was only 12 kms but it does sound good doesn't it. Mildura was a little disappointing, river levels were very low and we decided that our paddle steamer ride would have to wait until another visit. We set off on the morning of the 30th for Broken ...