Magdala Motor Lodge
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Magdala Motor Lodge Stawell
Travel Blogs from Stawell
... some distance coming down - breathtaking views!! We were welcomed by Helen's sister Sandi and husband Leigh. They are the connection to this beautiful home. I know Helen and Sandi are not twins but they could be!! Look alike withe same sense of humour! We had a wonderful evening of visiting and laughing and eating. After snacks and wine (I had sparkling water). Leigh prepared us an amazing ...
... of Monday...ordering our first coffee in the corner cafe, Travelling on the Metro to Montmartre we joined Connor for a very informative walking tour of this area with so much artistic history-Pablo & Vincent, The Basilque du Sacre-Coeur, a G&T in cafe les Deux Moulins where the film Amelie was made. Off to Champagne tomorrow visiting Reims...Mumm and Mercier cellars..to ...
... Ripped down the mountain, and popped out at the town. I just noticed that the police station was right there.... I am sure they could here me coming down with the way the bike echoed downshifting....and reving up. Seemed quiet...so just idled by like I was just riding for the first time to play it safe.
About here I decided I have got to find me some Kangaroos. I figured I could find a few ..... so I went back to ...
... it was probably not allowed to camp here. The next morning it was still misty and rainy. The fog was so thick you didn’t have any view from the lookout. Ultimately, it got better at noon, so we could even make a second hike up to the Mount William (the highest mountain here, Mount Abrupt was still nicer though) and visit the lookouts again.
From here it was now not far to the Great Ocean Road anymore and that was on our program for the following ...
... Pinnacle is just at the top. It isn't! You turn the corner and a long wide valley of rock presents itself. High on both sides, rocky in the middle. The path curves into the left side, that must be the top. Climbing, breathless, exhausted stepping stone to stone you turn the corner. It isn't! The path goes up 45•, climbing, climbing. Then you see the top. Being able to sit, breath and eat a cereal bar is more my concern. You walk towards the Pinnacle and the view expands over ...