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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      The Legend of Sleepy Hill

      A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Aug 15, 2014

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      ... br> It was a lovely day for driving up the Pacific East Coast. It always feels odd driving north into the sunshine. Gasoline in Sydney was $1.36 for reg., once we left the City, the price jumped 20 cents a litre! We took our time, driving the scenic route. Not so much scenic as slow. We reached the Sleepy Inn Motel around 4.30pm (quite a contrast from the Park Royal in Singapore. ...

      Reflections on our "incredible India" adventure

      A travel blog entry by ian_parnaby on Apr 09, 2014

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      ... has already been undertaken. Currently, she assists mum at home and is confined to domestic duties until her wedding day.
      x) I could not let you escape without a few comments on the food. In short, we were primed somewhat for our culinary pursuits by a Rick Stein series on the ABC prior to leaving for India. Mutton is goat, very little beef on offer, heaps of chicken and fish, there is no such thing as a curry (this is a generic name for a mixture of spices .... a masala ...

      Its' been awhile!

      A travel blog entry by alisonzol on Oct 17, 2013

      31 photos

      ... the big banana was the first of its kind to start the trend. As we left there we went to Byron Bay where we had a few options to choose from and yes skydiving was the winner. I wasn't to nervous as we started our assent in the plane, but as soon as that door swung open the butterflies came on. I do have photos of my trip 14,000 foot drop down with a one minute free fall. I also have a DVD of the dive as well which will be sent ...

      Back on the Internet

      A travel blog entry by olytrains on Apr 28, 2013

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      ... town of Mandalong. We really enjoyed the piece and quiet out in the bush. Trevor and Linda have a large block of land in the tree covered hills several kilometers from the nearest town. We were treated to Parrots and Wallabies just outside the house. I just loved being out in the country.
      While staying with Trevor and Linda we toured the area near Mandalong and Morisett. We saw beaches, saltwater lakes, Kangaroos up close, and ...

      Thank goodness it was only one night!!

      A travel blog entry by dentons on Mar 10, 2013

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      From Pt Macquarie we went through Kew, Taree (the Manning Valley) passed & over the Dawson River and Manning River before arriving at Heatherbrae, where we stayed at the Bellhaven Caravan Park (what an eye opener...) and we were eaten alive by mozzies!! However, we did manage to pass (yes we passed/overtook, not one but two vehicles today...) even if they were ...