Colonial Terrace Motor Inn

Address: 130 Adelaide St, Raymond Terrace, New South Wales, 2324, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 130 Adelaide St, Raymond Terrace.
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      Winery tour

      A travel blog entry by davo53 on Aug 29, 2014

      3 photos

      ... pro (I think he is the Baron's twin brother) before the rain came again. Jan scored 3 holes in-one on the back 9. After tea we played Skip Bo with the Baron's twin ( he is a Skip Bo fiend, and also quiet a few sandwiches short of a picnic). A great night was had, and we have never laughed so much playing cards, but the Baron's twin is quite ...

      Reflections on our "incredible India" adventure

      A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Apr 09, 2014

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      ... casual existence applies.
      vi) it appears that the Indian economy is strategically focussed on the future. An electronic vote counting system plus an option to show your dislike for all candidates on the ballot paper "NOTA" - none of the above) and not make it informal are features we should adopt in Australia. I wonder if NOTA ended up being the majority pick in an election what would be the outcome ? Education is paramount with all seeking some tertiary study. Many ...

      TAKING THE "A" TRAIN

      A travel blog entry by gordonkirby on Oct 05, 2013

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... Egrets. The single track often passed through a jungle of gum trees which edged the track. But we did see massive estuaries and rivers and much open countryside largely devoid of human life. The train stopped at 17 stations: Grafton City, Coffs Harbour, Sawtell, Urunga, Nanbucca Heads, Macksville, Kempswick, Wanchope, Kendall, Taree, Wingham, Gloucester, Dungowen, Maitland and 3 stations in Newcastle [population ...

      Dubai to home sweet home

      A travel blog entry by jenwalker on Jul 14, 2013

      3 comments

      ... drop off and cuppa and time to head home. Got home about 1ish . Great to see all the family. Unpack the bag, put the washing on...some of those clothes had not been washed for 5 weeks!!! Beautiful weather. Nice stroll with Brett to the look out to avoid having a nap.... Lovely afternoon on the balcony catching up then later we tried to look at photos but I was falling asleep each time I pressed the forward button. So I was in bed at ...

      Thank goodness it was only one night!!

      A travel blog entry by dentons on Mar 10, 2013

      10 photos

      ... cars, it made Stretch feel good :) Expecting a phone call tonight from the cotton farmer, letting us know when we have to be there. We couldn't stay in Newcastle, as there were no pet friendly caravan parks, so we cruised in there the next morning and had a look around, collected our mail and high tailed it inland once again. Have to be at the cotton farm on the 13th ...