Alluna Motel Armidale
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsAlluna Motel Armidale
Nice motel with reasonable rates. Owners were pleasant and accommodating.
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Travel Blogs from Armidale
We set off from Windsor across the Hawkesbury River and travelled along its banks with vegetable farms and turf farms to the Colo River. Then began the 200 km drive along the winding Putty Road through The Great Divide Range and the Wollemi State Forest. There was hardly a car going our way and the forest was beautiful with all the spring blossoms. It was a great route to avoid the ...
I know I said when I arrived at my daughter's place that that was the end of the blog, and technically it would have been. However, as happened on many occasions, I had no idea what to expect when I arrived in different places, and some of them were worth far more of a visit than the few hours that I afforded them. This was definitely the case when I arrived in Armidale. I had allocated 1/2 a day to see this historic town which was also quite a large town. What I ...
... down like someone's a gouged out eye and water pouring out from underneath, not a pretty sight I can assure you. I told Fran to jump back into the car and let's see if we can make it the next few minutes to our destination before we run out of coolant and the car starts to over heat. We made it to the caravan park luckily no rise in the temperature gauge. Now was the time to really asses the damage, the front lower guard was badly dented but after removing the ...
... Great Divide", before rejoining the coast at Lake Macquaire. We stopped at the really alternative town of Bellinger. It is still locked in the past with a few hippies who got lost in the 60s. It has one long street, but the shops along it still have an old world charm and the Supermarket was fantastic, selling everything a good, vegan, vegetarian or food faddie could possibly require. A very nice town in deed. A fantastic lunch was had at the Griffiths lookout. I can't ...
... Range, meant we didn't get as far as planned today.Did however pass through some beautiful hilly countryside, and stopped briefly in Tenterfield - birthplace of Peter Allen! This town must have won many "tidy town" awards! It's neat, manicured, prim and proper, dainty homeware stores and cafés - a bit Stepford Wives ...