Olde Tudor Hotel Launceston
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... We had a lovely lunch and about 4pm, and spent the afternoon playing the kids new board games and watching a movie together. We all enjoyed the trifle I made for dinner/dessert! A nice stress less day which was nice. Today we headed in to the Boxing Day sales in Launceston. We all picked up a couple of small things. The caravan is starting to burst at the seams with all the stuff ...
... were to reach 27.5 by the afternoon. There was also a strong wind, no wonder they had called for a fire ban today. (We later found out that there had been 47 wildfires today and 120kph winds). We ventured forth to Freycinet National Park to explore the wonders of Wine Glass Bay and Cape Tourville. It is interesting to note that both the Dutch and the French landed here before the British arrived in the early 19th century and laid claim to the land ...
Started the day with a delicious breakfast prior to meeting our tour guide at 8.30am in the lobby of our hotel. We headed down the coast stopping on the way to take a view of the lovely beach before heading up mountain to the Hai Van Pass where we stopped to take in the breathtaking view and photo shoot. Next was a stop at the famous Marble Mountain prior to taking. Lunch at Da Nang prior to going to Hoi An old town. Our guide Phong took us on our request to a tailor that ...
... pride place above the front bar is a Harley-Davidson Screamin’ Eagle V-rod Destroyer on display and a pink Harley-Davidson Sportster looks over the back section. Some of the hot rodder’s who were also staying at our caravan park were there, the place was pretty busy.
Ric*******’s also has a museum above the store, although it was closed by the time we arrived.
Tomorrow is food trail day, our last day in ...
... gave us extra discount! Result! We started our drive to Port Arthur and on the way stopped at various look outs including Devils Kitchen. It was at that point that Rania discovered the different camera settings so you can now all look forward to photos taken in black and white, old film mode and cartoon strip as those are her current favourites. Port Arthur was a very interesting place with a great museum. We learnt all about the penal colony and the town itself. On the way ...