Photos of Tower Motel
TravelPod Member ReviewsTower Motel Marysville
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Tower Motel in Marysville. Modern decor, friendly owners/management and even a bath tub....what more could a girl ask for? Despite the devastating fire in the area in 2009, the town is working hard to keep itself on the map as the place to visit and stay when in the area. I highly recommend the Tower Motel as a lovely boutique type of place to stay. The owners, David and Leeanne will take very good care of you. I'd stay there again if I ever get the pleasure of visiting Marysville again.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Tower Motel Marysville
Travel Blogs from Marysville
Australia is well-known for its dangerous snakes, amongst other creatures
on land and sea. Unfortunately, I had the "pleasure" of meeting one of the slithering types recently. According to Australia Geographic, the Eastern Brown Snake is first on their list of the top 10 most dangerous Australian snakes. This is the snake Doug and I …
... is Sandy's mosaic page link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sandy-Pe eters-Art-Page/178641965539052 and Joe's website is carverjoe.weebly.com. Have a gander you will be amazed.
Whispering Waters in Millgrove is their studio. It is an amazing place to explore as their whole yard is filled like an outdoor gallery. Inside is similar. We just love looking, and taking in the amazing feast before our eyes.
We love being ...
... 70kmph and we did the start stop thing several times.
Fortunately when travelling BC every one wants to make you priority so you receive express passes for check in and customs and immigration.
So, now plenty of time again for the lounge and my celebratory champagne!
Hadn't been sitting down for more than 2 mins when I recognised the next person that walked in. Always a small ...
... br> Huge thanks to Sally for sharing this trip with me and a great big shout out to Scott and Mandy Tymkin and all the little Tymkins (Will, Grace and Sammy) as well as to Mark and Nicole Dirnabauer and all the little Dirnbauers (Jamie, Elise and Anika).
Trip would not have been the same with out you guys.
Who's up for the Cape next year....?
... Craig that it reminded me of the car racing - the Inspector was fairly laid-back (after asking/checking if we had any fruit and vegetables on board) and asked if we knew the tyres' history and why it's there... We said 'No' and he told us that it was bought and put there years ago, when Adelaide first got the Grand Prix. The guy said it is the most photographed thing in the area. We arrived at the BIG 4 park in Renmark ...