Blue Violet Motor Inn
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... take us in and have a look. Having been really quite brave for the entire day’s proceedings I decided that the reception of the garage was the perfect place for me to melt down! I cried and I cried and I cried some more. Needless to say I got a few odd looks and the poor men in the garage didn’t quite know what to do with me. Luckily Tim did, he took me to BigW and let me buy myself a £6 hairdryer, ha ha! After a couple of hours aimlessly wondering ...
The last few days of our adventure went passed with a lot of travelling between towns and one nights stays in hotels.
The trip back on Interstate 40 wasn't as nerve racking as our trip to the Smokies. Still felt weird driving on the other side of the road and it was still extremely busy, but a lot less nerve racking. Australians can learn a lot from the American drivers, they are so patient and polite (except in Manhattan) especially the some ...
... big signs that scream, “Turn back! No re-entry!” I have visions of armed security guards pouncing from the shadows and dragging us away for interrogation, but then I realise that the two ladies were in fact the security guards. We breathe sighs of relief when we safely get to gate 65a. There’s another young lady sitting near a door. “Yes, there is a shuttle bus, but, how did you ...
... headed to Toowoomba.
Drove through the main streets and looked at the buildings and then went to Toowoomba Station. It was huge and must have been a very busy place early last century. We had a coffee and Den and Sue joined us for lunch to celebrate my birthday.
Cobb and Co museum was next on the list and wow was there a lot of wagons, carts and stagecoaches. Outside there was a display of Windmills. $10 per head.
Lastly we visited the ...
... exported to England it took five years to get the money for the crop. A shearing tool is on the fifty dollar note (bill) here. "Mary Had a Little Lamb" is based on a true story.
There was an actual demonstration of sheep shearing. A sling like contraption was on the stage. I assumed that the sheep would be put in the sling to shear. I was wrong. The person shearing the sheep put his upper torso in the ...