Edgewater Motor Lodge
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... however, we did not know that there were multiple parking lots along the Alexandra road on Mount Victoria. In fact, there were five parking lots in the area!
The taxi driver dropped us off at the lookout point all the way at the top, and we began to hike around on the nearby trails. After over an hour of trying to find the area and being unsuccessful in identifying the areas we were looking for, we found a map in one of the parking lots and did some deducing ...
... around a bit a couple times along the main streets that have dozens of the Art Deco buildings. They're quaint, but they don't do it for me like Art Nouveau buildings in Europe. But our walks along the stony beach were amazing and we even got up early to watch the sun rise. It was cloudy, but it was still a rare treat.
Since they had a BBQ grill at the hostel, we bought some ...
... show back home. We then agreed it was ice cream time as well so after ordering a mint choc chip cornet and a hokey pokey cornet and back to the bench for people watching.
After a while we went for another drive to Cape Kidnappers, passed more wineries and orchards full of fruit. This is camping and Winnebago country and looks like NZ 's come here for their hols. We went to see the gannet colony but, as its over private land, you have to take a tour and it was too late in ...
... and after a short drive around, we found a dump station and also filled up with fresh water. Then we went looking for a place to camp the night. Ended up much further down the beach at a little joint called Clive. There was a beach domain by the Tukituki River mouth which catered for motorhomes. The beach was unusual - dark grey and a mix of stones and rough sand. Not what you'd call idyllic although the cold ...
... the ship, the time just flies and before you know it it's time for dinner again. We planned to do an excursion on a sea plane in Juneau which takes us to Taku glacier lodge including a salmon dinner, I'm facing my fear of flying small aircraft. It's hard to believe that we are on water as there Is very little movement at all which I'm very relieved about because sea sickness is not my favorite thing. The Volendam singers and dancers entertained us in the evening, I ...