The Merimbula Lakeview Hotel

Address: 1 Market Street , Merimbula, New South Wales, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1 Market Street , Merimbula.
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Travel Blogs from Merimbula

An day of complete idleness

A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on Apr 15, 2015

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... and had breakfast in the sun and were able to wash a couple of loads in the camp washing machine. We walked up to the historic old wharf (now a coffee bar and gallery) and then on to the headland. A quick beer in a nearly empty cafe overlooking the bay and home. A great meal at Fat Tony's and home to bed. A long drive tomorrow for our push to reach Melbourne for ...

We're still here!

A travel blog entry by pamdiane on Dec 08, 2014

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... seen before. Sydney very large and busy. We were able to take the train everywhere so walked across Sydney bridge (I seem to be into bridges lately) so had a great view of the opera house, ferried to the taronga Zoo (very disappointing as the Australian section was closed), and then ferried to Manly which was touristy but rather cool. After Sydney drove about ...


A travel blog entry by beaky on Sep 24, 2014

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... to search for them, they were everywhere. They may look cute but when they open their mouth they can be quite intimidating, have you ever heard the noise a Koala makes?

Imagine being surrounded by trees, not able to see anything and then hearing that noise behind you! After already being bitten a handful of times by various bugs on the trail and subconsciously wondering if any of the bites might kill me, I papped myself upon hearing this noise, much ...

The best of both worlds

A travel blog entry by kiladoug on Jun 08, 2014

... The houses that are there are owned by the extended family, who unfortunately one by one made their way back to City life, for one reason or another, and now Mike and Marj are the only full time permanent residents, other than the goats, chickens and hamsters! Dinner was lovely with some very nostalgic stories of Oma and Opa and reliving old times, Mike even brought along some childhood photos he had come across while spring cleaning. The next ...

Xadventure starts - Tathra - Jindabyne

A travel blog entry by adventuremoto on Mar 27, 2014

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... to Jindabyne! Nice twisty dry roads with a backdrop of looming clouds over the Kosciusko miuntain range. The bridge over the Snowy at Dalgety was what the garage owner in Candelo told me about. As it happened there was a traffic controller there and I was soon rolling but stopped to take pics half way across - much to the angst of the controllers. What an amazing old bridge built in 1888 and clearly in need of some tlc. The wooden boards moved as I rode ...