The Clarendon Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up so loud when we got in. I told Dustin to tell the guy we would get back to him (with a no) and then we could be free to go to next car. But of course Dustin decides to become Mr Chatty and begins to ramble, he also mentions the bearing noise which the guy informs us a mechanic had already said itwouldnt be a problem short term (key word being short).
Guess this is another no go. Once again we head off to view another car. By this time I will admit I am ...
We have had our first lot of rain since the start of our holiday and there is also a strong wind. I (Lynn) have the day to my self again and have decided to become a tourist and explore Newcastle. Newcastle is a headland 2/3 rd surrounded by water, the Hunter River, Newcastle Harbour and the Pacific Ocean and is a city on a hill, so many steep roads to climb. A 10 min walk arrive at ...
Eventually emerged from under our bedding to realize we are parked in the shade! How cold can it get - I had to wear my gloves while I ate breakfast!
We drove on in lovely sunshine thawing out as the sun streamed through the windows - how nice. Stopped off at The Entrance for a coffee sitting by the river enjoying the activities. Back on the road, we made a call to Marion & Bobby as we were so close. First call, they weren't home, then 1/2 hr or so later, we ...
... Our interest diminished quickly upon the sight of the entry fee - but we compromised by finding a grassy spot by a pond, overlooking the gardens. There we sat to enjoy our picnic lunch (yes, of rice cakes and peanut butter!). Overlooking the pond was a beautiful building which I assume was the garden restaurant. It was made of white weatherboard and had impressive bay windows overlooking the gardens. I loved it and had to take a photo!
We drove to ...
... of the place. For a place to visit that's free (you only pay for the guided tours) I thought it was absolutely fantastic.At the tour meeting point I met my guide, Jennifer, who explained that all the staff are volunteers and a couple of the guides are actually ex-army gentleman who were stationed at the fort when it was operational! I was the only person booked on to this tour so after a brief safety talk Jennifer took me down into the tunnels. It ...