Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa
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Second layer, finger sandwiches - 2* smoked salmon with mascarpone cheese (so they said) which overshadowed the small amount of salmon, and cucumber with cream cheese and dill. There were two small bright green wraps with lamb and harissa in the middle. None of them had a pop of flavour for me and the bread was wholemeal which I like but the other person didn't.
Bottom layer - 4 scones - 2 * plain, 2 * fruit, a small pot ...
... fruit and veges in amongst the trees, shrubs and flowers. And twin goat brothers added to the charm, keeping the grass short in the house paddocks. An inspiring, strong, artistic woman that I am proud to call my sister.
And a good cook! She had made a tasty risotto which we enjoyed with a couple of glasses of white. Sat and talked in front of the toasty wood fire until bedtime.
Susanna works at the local High School so she and Darius headed off at about ...
Today was April 6, so technically, my birthday, but it was still only April 5 in Madison, where I was born. However, since all was celebratory, I did not complain. We began the day with coffee at the antique center in Blackheath. The center had a wonderful collection of slightly old fashioned china and glass and had I been local, I would certainly have been tempted. However, I did not fancy trying to smuggle anything highly breakable ...
... of Siloam. Not great, as we’ve got a lot of uphill to get back out! We wander along a trail to Lyrebird Dell and it climbs steeply up – we realise it’ll take us back out of the valley base, but we’re not sure where we’ll end up! The dell itself has no lyrebirds but has a nice waterfall and a beautiful picnic area inside a shaded open cave. We keep going up and end up at the road, and after a walk of half a kilometre ...
... incline to the valley floor, an elevated walk through the rainforest and a scenic skyway cable car floating out across the valley. The cost for the short rides is $35 per adult. We are staying at Palais Royale...a royal palace it is not but has charm and is very clean. It is so hot here today. Apparently Sydney people escape ...