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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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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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... is getting stiff I am finding. I do get a kick out of all the Hilux's I see he ere...they must be the national vehicle. Found my hands we ere starting to shake ...seems I was suffering from a latte withdrawals. next town....as usual....always a cafe on the main street. I parked....grabbed a piece of apple pie and a latte. OMG was the pie ever good. As I sat...first one...then eventually half a dozen bikes were parked ...
Partly cloudy. Light winds. 6.45am 10.7 degrees feels like 10 It's a dull dull dull morning .... Graham didn't go out, preferred cuddles xoxo because I am going away for three days. I have been up, got the beagle girls up and made the tea then Graham got up and poured the tea :) This morning Jayne and I are leaving at 9am for the Hunter Valley :) We will go in her car so Graham has a car while we are away. We left at about 9.20am, stopped at Transit Espresso in Woodford to get ...
... by a small bridge and climb up on the other side. The noticeable industry’s in this area are the many Apple orchards, a sprinkle of wineries and tourism as just every tourist who visits Sydney would do a tour of the area or go at least to Katoomba to vies the ""Three Sisters".Just before Lithgow there is a great little collection of corners culminating in the deep slope of the last right-hander into ...
... the table to earn some bite sized chocolate. We'd emptied the van of red wine, which helped. Tripadvisors top recommendation, Hunter Valley Tours arrived at 9am on Monday morning and handed us a personalised boutique wine tasting itinerary. The top line welcomed Paul, Emma, Tom and Toms partner (Sydney). A full days tour cost $120. Saddlers creek, was our first boutique stop of the day. Our lesson in swilling, sniffing and not spitting was excellent though our teachers worn look ...
... costume! The sight of an itty bitty Spiderman running down the pasture towards the horses was the most adorable thing we had ever seen! We all took turns riding Radish, who was an old retired horse that used to work with disabled children. As I cantered down the field on him, looking out over the lush green trees, I felt a wave of awe pass over me at the incredible reality that I was in the Blue Mountains of Australia, ...