Leisure Inn Penny Royal Hotel & Apartments
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- Free parking
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... No tail displaying, but rather fine anyway. We decided that the gorge deserved more exploration, especially after the cream tea. The path continues on the opposite side to a second pool, and was reached by a low level bridge, a suspension bridge at mid level or a cable car very high up. I was persuaded to try the suspension bridge - quicker, designed to take up to 60 people, quite wide and not too much rocking. Still scary but I did it and appreciated the fine views nevertheless. ...
... Tyres - For those who brought spare tyres the truck will be at the destination point from 5pm if you want your tyres changed
* Route - Provided in both a written and verbal manner, along with a few pages of directions and tripmeter readings, a map, details as to the GPS files riders had been emailed with in advance, along with instructions as to the arrow system. Arrows on an orange sticker indicate directions along the main route, arrows on a ...
... with all of us lot. They lived up to the reviews on trip advisor and the recommendation made by a very friendly and elegant mother and daughter who were staying at the resort. Hot and bothered we headed to where we were to meet Penny and Jenny and guide for another Vietnamese lunch, very delicious and vast improvement on the day before. We all farewelled our guide Phong. Di M and Ann headed back to ...
... we knew it.
On the way home we followed the East Tamar highway, passing winery after winery. Our next destination was City Park in Launceston. In the park there was a glass walled enclosure housing a group of Macaques monkeys. They were a gift to Launceston from their sister city Ikeda City in Japan. We wandered around the park for a little while, Georgia found a giant chess set and re-arranged the pieces so it was ready for the ...
... adventure. On arrival at Longford, we were surprised to see that the park is nearly full. Apparently, this weekend will be out because they are fully booked for the Evandale Penny-Farthing Races. We had forgotten about this event because we had actually decided that we may have to miss the event anyway now that we are short on time and still lots of places to ...