Wrest Point Water Edge
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... so we wondered how she'd take it. Turns out she quite likes them, yelling 'bang' and pointing at them and sometimes saying 'pretty' or 'mooi' or 'stars.' They weren't too loud (family friendly I guess) and she didn't appear frightened. The fireworks were lovely.
Then it was a bit of a debate whether we'd stick around for the 12.00 o'clock fireworks or go back to camp. The parking garage we were in actually provided excellent views over ...
12. Things not to forget: Contact lenses. (This bears repeating.)
13. Travel money (2): We got some GB pounds, Euros, $ Brunei, $ Singapore and UAE dirham before we left. The latter three were for use in the airports (Brunei accepts $ Brunei and Singapore), but they weren't necessary, as both Brunei and Dubai airports accept $ Australian, and all you really have time for there is to buy is a drink and maybe a tacky souvenir (or is that just me?). ...
Well, for all the hype, Tasmania is NOT a little New Zealand. Maybe we went with too high expectations. I can definitely appreciate that to Aussie-holiday-goers the landscape of this Island is something unique: with it's lush farmland, deep valleys and rugged coastline. But it just doesn't have the tourist infrastructure, of say New Zealand, to really compete in my mind. When you consider that they limit the daily numbers for ...
... investigate the eastern side of the bay across from the city. Belreive Village is just across the Tasman Bridge where we strolled the bay's boardwalk, marina and mainstreet plus coffee. We did a drive-by of Belreive oval and went up to the lookout, an historical site, Kangaroo Bluff Gun battery.
Next a cheese shop and tasting north of Hobart (couldn't resist ...
After being away from Tasmania for 12 months, I was very excited about being home for Christmas! Lock and I have been lucky the last few years, getting time off over the Christmas period and being able to travel back home to spend the time with the whole extended family. I also managed to do extremely well this year and have five weeks at home.
The trip home from the DRC was mostly uneventful. Laura and I travelled out together so we had a couple of celebratory wines ...