GABBYS AT BERRY

2 Jun

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This is the Gabbys House where you can have High Tea ($45 per person) for a Relaxed and Delightful Afternoon! Maybe we could consider this for my 80th Birthday? Well, just a thought.

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Or what about this place for Lunch? Lunch would probably cost only half as much. Plenty of time to think about it, more than three months actually.

But now let’s go along Queen Street a bit more. We are actually now on the side of Queen Street where the Old Post Office Building is.

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On the way we saw this map in one of the windows.

On the way we saw this map in one of the windows.

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This Bakery Shop is somehow connected with the French Bakery Restaurant in the other street.

This Bakery Shop is somehow connected with the French Bakery Restaurant in the other street.

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We had done a lot of walking and headed back to our car.

We had done a lot of walking and headed back to our car.

Just outside Berry Peter stopped the car again to get out and take a picture of the beautiful landscape. I felt tired and stayed in the car. But I took some pictures from inside the car and later on I tried to catch from inside the car a bit about the road building activities. Peter had to drive slowly within the construction area.

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Everywhere are sections where a lot of earth has to be moved for the widening of the highway.

Everywhere are sections where a lot of earth has to be moved for the widening of the highway.

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A new bridge is being built.

A new bridge is being built.

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A truck that's being used for road building.

A truck that’s being used for road building.

The ocean can be seen a bit to the right of the road.

The ocean can be seen a bit to the right of the road.

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Passing Kiama Exit

Passing Kiama Exit

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Passing Old Kiama Cemetary

This old Kiama Cemetery can be seen from the highway.

6 Responses to “GABBYS AT BERRY”

  1. catterel June 2, 2014 at 7:34 pm #

    That looks an interesting town and a nice ride to get there (and back) – but the high tea sounds a bit OTT! I’d expect caviar as well as cucumber for that price! BTW you can pick up those pretty old china tea sets here in the UK for a song – nobody wants them any more. A pity, they are very attractive. Maybe worth collecting now, and they will become fashionable again in a few years?

    • auntyuta June 3, 2014 at 7:42 am #

      Cat, it says “the sandwiches are including cucumber of course”.
      I am not into collecting old china tea sets, As far as I know they still fetch a good price here in Australia.
      High tea sounds good to me for a special occasion. Why not get yourself a bit pampered on a special day? I think I’d rather have this than a very expensive dinner. 🙂

  2. Robert M. Weiss June 3, 2014 at 5:33 am #

    Gabbys High Tea includes high prices!

    • auntyuta June 3, 2014 at 7:44 am #

      Of course, Robert, High Tea spells High Prices! 🙂

  3. aussieian2011 June 3, 2014 at 10:31 pm #

    Interesting pictures of Berry
    Personally I would choose the high tea purely for the crockery.
    Cheers
    Ian

    • auntyuta June 3, 2014 at 11:06 pm #

      Cheers, Ian, and thanks for commenting!

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