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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... jump out of my skin. I huge kangaroo came bounding out of the hedge and came right up to the side of the van, I honestly thought it was coming through my passenger window, but somehow it managed to turn on its heels and jumped right back into the hedge.
We got to our campsite which was one of the cheapest we had booked, and there was good reason for that, it was a dump. If you have seen the movie 'A cry in the dark’ (the dingo took my baby one) it was ...
... it. We thanked our lucky stars that we actually made it to the hotel in one piece without having the tyre blow!
The Drury Inn where we stayed was close to the airport so that we could get to the airport easier the next day for our trip to New York. We spent the afternoon relaxing in the hotel room watching a bit of television then went for a walk around the shops that were close to the hotel. The Drury Inn provides you with complimentary ...
... 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 ...
Mick is cold when he wakes, it is 2 degrees C. He wonders why I am not cold. I have climbed into bed last night fully dressed because it was too cold to change and I put my pj's away and couldn't be bothered finding them. We got underway earlier then usual due to the cold, only to find that the broken rear window of the car had started to fall out into little pieces into the car. The cold night had caused the tape and glass to shrink. We are on the road at 7.30 am ...
... The rock was granite. Steve is a bird watcher so he helped us locate a Kookaburra.
I stretched the truth some because he wasn't sitting in an "old gum tree".
After our walk, we stopped at a cafe for lunch. There was a thermometer on the side of the building. The temperature was in Celsius and Fahrenheit. The Fahrenheit reading was 99 degrees. It did finally get ...