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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Blue Katoomba
A very nice 1920's hotel within walking distance of train station, shopping and blue mountains views and falls. Super nice people who run the hotel. The just took over the place so some restoration is ongoing. Rooms are clean but could use some attention at the ceiling :)
Don't forget to get some cappuccino at the cafe downstairs and admire the pictures on the wall.
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... do it again. Afterwards we left for the Blue Mountains. Many of the guidebooks suggested visiting Wentworth Falls and the Three Sisters, both located in and near Katoomba. The road to Katoomba was full of twist and turns, stopping through small to medium-sized cities. About 20 km outside of Katoomba were the Wentworth Falls. We decided to stop there first. Since we were at such high elevation, we were right in the clouds, and the park was a bit foggy, which ...
... and the countryside looked lush and green.
I stopped frequently as the total travelling time was around 6 hours, which meant I made it into Echuca at around 4.30.
I headed for the Caravan Park, along the edge of the river, ready to spend the last night in the swag.
I was however denied this as the tent sites were particularly boggy after good rain in the previous week. I wasn't too fussed though as they were placed in amongst permanent vans, and they seemed ...
... car. Unfortunately no photo. When I went to ring Peter to come and get me, I found my phone had gone dead. I did a little panic, wondering how I was going to let him know I was ready to be picked up. Fortunately I'd taken the iPad, so was able to send him an iMessage. After several attempts I did manage to turn the phone back on and make a quick call before it died again. Stupid phone, it was just under 50% charged do shouldn't have shut off. But all was good he was coming to get ...
Took the 2 hour train to Katoomba in the Blue mountains. Unfortunately it was probably the foggiest day of the year and so we couldn't see 5m in front of us. We went to the 3 sisters observation platform but of course couldn't see anything. Really disappointed, the view looks really good on the postcards in the ...
... on Lake Macqaurie was were Jan and Glenn had been for the last few days and we had a night with them which was great and met their friends Robyn and Grant at the Belmont Yacht Club, food and company was great.The next day we went to Caves Beach, amazing caves accessible at low tide and saw fossilised trees on the beach. Weather was magnificent and we swam and took the boogie boards out for a play.We did lots of bike riding and took bluey out on to ...