Bay View Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... many people as I climbed up steps in skates and nearly giving Drew a heart attack going back down. Made it on to the ferry after a veeeeerrryy long time waiting around. Went to the bar and waved goodbye to Tassie.
Getting off the ferry in Melbourne was a fun challenge; u-turns and 2 rather steep ramps had to be negotiated. Had to explain to the ferry man that we just needed a bit of a run up as we rolled sedately back down the ramp after our ...
... National Park. We did the short hike to the Wineglass Bay lookout point and realized how out of shape I am when I had to climb the stairs to get there. The view was really amazing and the giant rocks all along the path were impressive. We hiked back to the car park and then drove to the lighthouse point for a quick look.
We made a short stop to see the view at Friendly Beaches and the sand is incredibly white everywhere ...
... busy morning among the markets. The weather was a little unkind with a nasty drizzle in temperatures about 12 degrees. The markets despite the inclement weather, were a hive of activity and stalls nestled neatly along the entire stretch of Salamanca Place. It was a variation of treats, arts, culture, food and entertainment. I enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere and although not finding anything to add to my art collection, had no trouble eating up ...
... 10 metre in diameter circular sandstone tower constructed by Joseph Moir in 1870 from locally quarried sandstone blocks. Lead shot was made by dropping molten lead through a sieve at the top of the tower and by the time it hit the water at the bottom it was cold and perfectly spherical in shape. A climb up the 259 steps to the top of the tower gives a wonderful view of Derwent Valley Estuary.' Unfortunately it was a cloudy morning when Margaret climbed all 259 steps ...
... Chapel, in the Centre Hall. We then ventured to the Separate Prison. Port Arthur was one example of the “Separate Prison Typology” (sometimes known as the Model prison, From this surveillance hub each wing could be clearly seen, although individual cells could not. Prisoners were locked up for 23 hours a day and for their one hour of exercise they were hooded and not aloud to talk. The Separate Prison System also signalled a shift from ...