Comfort Inn & Suites Sombrero
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sour for me. My camera broke. I'm probably making this out more dramatic than needs be, but I was bloody gutted. I spent ages researching cameras prior to buying one and it was supposed to be 'adventure proof'. To quote Jim Royle: my ****!
Still the weather was outrageously hot and we were going to snorkel on the reef so my melancholic mood quickly improved.
The beach was packed by Australian standards but ...
... br> So finally we were about to hit the Great Ocean Road and I hadn't realised how many stops we'd need to make on route. There were so many scenic viewing spots to enjoy we just had to check them out - every single one was stunning and well worth stopping for - they even have a London Bridge here! It was really funny as we kept meeting the same people at each stop, so we were all obviously going in the same direction but none of the places were overrun with people which ...
... s Christ Statue. Landed 10 mins early, my back had handle ripped off, but went to Virgin desk, where they described it as wear and tear, pointed out it was a new bag for this journey, obv we will take it further. Long queue for taxi, but managed to get one in 10 mins, so no problem. Feels like the world has descended on Sydney for NYE. Staying at Sheraton Four Points Darling Harbour. We have a nice room with Darling Harbour view, 3 floor, ...
... in the region, Greenock Creek, and so this was our first stop. This was down a dirt track and through a ford (which had no water in, so just a dip in the road) and finally arrived at a beautiful house and into a tiny cellar. We later found out that this winery is extremely hard to actually visit as it is so boutique they sell out really quickly and so are only open for certain days over the year. Therefore it was a good job Nic bought a bottle of their wine ...
... we would surely risk a fine or worse. .
*We manage to find a residential street, a few blocks away where we can legally park until 10 a.m. the next day. Late afternoon is therefore spent working out a contingency parking plan and deciding where to go for dinner. Organic pizza at a restaurant called Good Life, just down the road, and a car park with no height restriction in Hindley Street in Adelaide city centre. All sorted ...