The Sebel Kirkton Park Hunter Valley
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hub was located in Singleton for a year and a half and during my visits, we would make the 20 minute drive down to the Hunter Valley 'WINE COUNTRY'. This place is breathtaking in all seasons. Spring and summer affords a fantastically GREEN and luscious valley of rolling vineyards. There are often jazz festivals held during the summer. When the …
... Large amounts of media bombardment about elitism type decisions was common. A very stubborn stance was taken by the Government: from a personal perspective, quite arrogantly so. Many personal attacks on political leaders from both sides were undertaken in the media and ...
... had been sort of saved and there were still some general stores where you can buy tools, rubber shoes, underwear,..etc.
We also visited another local town called Kurri Kurri as it was said to be famous for its 50 painted walls. And that is all there was to see... We were done in less than an hour.
We then decided to see some of these vineyards : Linderman's, MacGuigan, Wyndham. The latter was impressive : ...
... with for a few days. First off though I wanted to return to the wineries and buy some of my favourites but Kirsty reminded me of our luggage allowance, which was a meagre 20kg! I decided to only buy my favourite red from our first winery, Gartlemann. First off we stopped off at Capercaillie though so Kirsty could buy another of their wines as a gift for Susie. We picked up her wine before heading to Gartlemann. I knew I wanted one of their reds but was torn between two of ...
... for us. Very thoughtful! So we bought another bottle of rosť to sit on their verandah, admire the view and look at the cottage. A beautiful semi end to the day.
We returned home and I retired to bed for a nap to be refreshed and ready for the evening.
Showered and dressed - Dave and I shared a glass of Pinot on the verandah like the good old days as I blogged and he played games. Yesterday Dave showed me how to tether my iPhone ...