The Kings Own Hotel Motel
Travel Blogs from The Rock
... a drink, I headed out on the bike and rode out to Lake Albert and did two laps. Very pretty but bloody windy. I rode 22 km in bang on an hour. A really great ride. Came home showered had some dinner, watched tele and then Rellzy called and I had a great chat to Rellzy and both the kids. I am starting to miss them all. I tried to get the PS3 to work but it would not. Ah we'll. Bed at 2330 ...
... track with a few technical sections. A couple of small bridge crossings. I found some great photo spots , I will have to head out at sunset or sunrise to get the great shot. I left at 1330 hrs and rode 15 km getting back home at about 1445 hrs had some afternoon tea and settled down to relax before last night shift. Showered and left home for work at about 1655 hrs. I am driving tonight, I am a bit nervous but I will be alright. Had a lean cuisine for dinner. Bed at around ...
... bunch of blokes. Bumped into Lee Hyde, who used to work at 70stn. Got dinner from the pub. Got a call at 2045 to Junee but we got a code 2. Bed at around 2315. We had four runs after 0200 hrs. A pile of rubbish, two trees alight and a monitored private fire alarm. It's good having the retained staff there as they help with the duty and various other ...
... close to Wagga Wagga so we will check them out . Wagga is about 310 K's from Bathurst or about 5 hours with stops for coffee and lunch . As it was a Saturday the traffic was minimal and only a few trucks were on the road. We stopped at Cowra for our coffee break . Cowra is the town where the Australian Government interned all German and Japanese, Italian and other people from enemy countries for the duration of the war 2 There is now ...
... time (we always seem to have called by without the van attached previously). So it was great to show Wherrol off (and the nice clean windows and curtains!) and we had a great chat. However it was sooooo hot we had to stand outside in the shade.
The journey down the Hume Highway was just brilliant, very quick as the Hume is double lane and easy to drive on. Finally we reached our first stopping place - Sandy Beach on the Murrumbidgee near ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed