Rydges Thredbo Alpine Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Thredbo Village
... along the way and Daniel got to do another river crossing with the car! He was chuffed.
We then drove to Thredbo and checked it out. I could imagine it would be very very busy during winter with lots of skiers and boarders. It looks pretty amazing, but its pretty much a ghost town during summer.
Once we checked it out, we headed back home and spent the afternoon relaxing, playing with Mia and slowly packing up the van as we head out to Canberra tomorrow.
... left we spent the day setting up and resting and a little walk around the village. Both feeling so poorly after the horrid night before and the upset and the disappointment.
21 December: Allan had a rotten allergy for the past few weeks and could not rid himself of it. We decided to head back to Jindabyne and get some meds. We rang Ina and Denis and asked if they would like a coffee 'in town' and we would collect them. With all organised we set off. ...
... big snowplough down the mountain until the gradient reduced sufficiently to allow me to stylishly ski back to the end of the run.
And so about 2:30PM ended my first crack at skiing! I loved the experience and am certainly looking forward to my next time especially skiing with my best mate. Took the Merritts chairlift back to Fridays Flats. Had a token ski around the beginner course but this just felt silly after the mountain and ...
... trail is probably kindergarten grade but we were still challenged to stay up right. After 5km we reached the Crackenback resort and the cafe. Ina and Denis were waiting for us. It was so lovely sitting with friends and enjoying coffee, wonderful company and the views. After the fortification we headed on a little ride around Crackenback before cycling back the way we had come, yes another 5km.
... creek running through the backyard and the occasional cackle of a group of kookaburras sitting in an old eucalyptus tree.
Our arrival at the end of the Australian summer was perfect time to tackle the ever so prickly wild blackberry bushes which would be used in an array of Australian and American baked goods and preserves. Among our other light-duty handy-work we did for Wendy included gardening, landscaping duties, ...