Giants' Table and Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... The rain didn't stop when we got to Queenstown (much quieter than the Queenstown that me and the grown-up went to in New Zealand) but the grown-up and me did see a steam train coming into the railway station which was very good.
I hope the rain stops, I don't like rain, it makes my fur smell.
Till next time... ...
... but tomorrow we are off to Hobart Showground. Not near the metal fence apparently or you are kept awake half the night by the trucks going past. Sunny last two days, still a bit crisp but loving it. Oh...forgot to say. Yesterday we stopped off at the Huon Salmon place which we accidentally found. There shop was closed but a nice man let us in for cash sales, he couldn't work the eftpos machine. We got salmon pate, salmon smoked x ...
... saw Kerry, Justin and Sienna up there too.
We didn't stay for long and we were back on the road. We stopped in Alonnah at the store and got some hamburgers and chips for lunch.
Next stop was at the Neck at 12:30 to climb to the lookout platform which provides breathtaking views of the isthmus and surrounding coastline. The narrow isthmus that separates North and South Bruny is a game reserve. Viewing platforms and information panels ...
... ran up to me and carried on as she was desperate for a wee. We were alone in the Aussie bush. There was no one else booked in at the site. It was Han and I left to tackle what nature would throw at us. The winds were deafening from Mt Wellington and we lay watching Hairspray oblivious to the fact that we were up a mountain, in a rainforest, alone. Yet, there were probably thousands of uninvited guest waiting for us outside. Needless to say, I woke up with a full ...
As we left Snug Beach and headed off it was cold but sunny. We travelled along the Derwent River through hop fields, vineyards and forests to find a spot amongst the tall trees at Mt Field National Park. We went for a short walk to see two waterfalls then drove 16km up to Dobson Lake in Alpine Country. We sat and ate our lunch in a hut out of the wind then walked around the lake. All very beautiful with lots of birds singing in the trees and ...