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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Concierge desk
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... in red coats and plumed hats, women in petticoats and dresses, men in all sorts of attire, solicitors in waist coats, tradesmen in working men's garb, kids in britches...well, you get the picture. Some are posed in the midst of work, sawing logs, lifting bags of flower near the water mill, dragging prisoners to the stocks. Two figures make love - fully clothed - in a hay stack on the back of a hay wagon. Others fish in the Hobart Rivulet that runs through ...
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... was housed in a neat old stone building, and the old Mr. Pooley was out in the garden building a rock fence while we tried out wines in their cellar door. Derwent Estate Wines was a family-run vineyard & winery, with grapes being grown on the same property that the lady in the tasting room was born and raised on. And their wines, like Pooleys, were very, very good! ...
... were in absolutely no danger of crashing (always reassuring I find) as seaplanes could 'never run out of runway'. It was then I realised we were already off the water and then, moments later, floating serenely over the tips of the pine trees toward the estuary then whizzing round the lighthouse on the headland. The strangest thing (of course) is the landing, which despite all the evidence of your senses, makes you jump in panic, as the plane dives in over the forest, ...
... this would have been fantastic, but then it would have also been crowded with tourists too. Today, in the rain, there were only a few hardy people walking the trail. It dawned on us that we were actually doing our Thursday walk, since it was still Thursday back home.
We hiked up the gorge to a suspension bridge that crosses the river. We then stopped at the little cafe near the bridge to warm up with a coffee and a treat. Having recharged, we ...