3 Sisters Motel
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TravelPod Member Reviews3 Sisters Motel Katoomba
Nice 1960's motel with comfy beds, warm rooms, great staff (hi Sandra) and lots of hot water.
What more do you want in a storm?
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Cloudy. High (80%) chance of showers, becoming less likely later tonight. The chance of a thunderstorm during this afternoon and evening. Winds southeasterly 20 to 30 km/h becoming light in the middle of the day. 6.50am 11.2 degrees feels like 10.3 it's dark and everything is wet but it isn't raining ... I slept very poorly last night and didn't settle till around 1.30am :( And this morning I am tired. Graham is out, the ...
... chose a restaurant overlooking the water. Suze struggled with the spicy fajitas she'd chosen and we were all chuffed to know we'd got a free glass of wine - especially Saffy. Tory was sadly victimised and left out of this promotion for being a vegetarian. Even though we were exhausted as it was pretty late for us - 10pm - we decided to hack it and visit the Opera Bar. The bar was as nice as expected, as were the cocktails. Suze and I ...
... blue as I was expecting. The reason they are called the Blue Mountains is the haze given off by the Eucalyptus trees creates a vivid blue tinge. We walked down past a large waterfall and around a ridge to get a better view of the valley, it was massive and stretched for as long as you could see. We had lunch at Wentworth Falls and then drove to Katoomba which is the largest town in the Mountains, it was ...