The first two pictures here are from the “Yellow Deli” at Katoomba where we had some delicious refreshments!
These Katoomba buses were available very frequently and we used them several times.
We also went for beautiful walks close to where our motel was:
These are pictures from our Chhristmas in July Dinner at our Motel:
We went to the tearooms and had tea and some excellent strudel!
I copy here what it says about “Bygone Beautys”:
“Welcome to Bygone Beautys
Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum & Tearooms is nestled in the village of Leura within the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. The tearooms and showrooms offer visitors a truly memorable experience – so don’t forget your camera! Home of world’s largest private collection of teawares, including more than 5,500 teapots from all over the world and spanning five centuries, most items are on display in the Treasured Teapot Museum.
The ultimate experience is to enjoy the famous silver service Traditional High Tea or the ever-popular Devonshire Tea in the Bygone Beautys Tearooms. Visitors can also purchase estate jewellery (gold, silver and diamonds), antiques, collectables and contemporary quality gifts, including a wide variety of boutique teas – all scattered throughout the Retail Emporium.
On most days you may catch the proprietor, Maurice Cooper OAM, (better known as The Teapot Man or Mr Teapot) serving customers at the front desk. Maurice will be easily recognisable wearing a bow tie, and will probably be in the midst of selling a diamond ring to a customer. Maurice and some of the staff are themselves great examples of Bygone Beautys!
To find us on foot from Leura Railway Station or, if driving to the Blue Mountains from Sydney, turn left off the Great Western Highway into Leura Mall. Go past the railway station, turn left into Railway Parade at the roundabout, then turn right into Grose Street. Continue straight ahead to the next corner and on your left you will find Bygone Beautys.
With car park and lift availability, we offer Disabled Access and welcome visitors of all ages.
Museum Admission of $5.50 per person is redeemable with an equivalent purchase in the tearooms or retail area.”
At the end of our holidays on our way back home we stopped at WentworthFalls:
There is a great coffee shop bakery at Wentworth Falls, where we had some delicious lunch! Among other things I had a very good vegetarian soup!
Bakery Patisserie Schwarz
“Schwarz Patisserie is not only well known in the Blue Mountains, it is famous as a specialist German bakery throughout the region with visitors travelling from far a-field just to grab one of their delights.
For over 24 years, the Schwarz family have hand-baked fabulous continental cakes, pastries, pies and bread daily according to traditional recipes. Wedding and speciality cakes are made to order.
They also serve coffee and a selection of delicious light meals.”
Open daily from 7.30am – 5.30pm
In June 2018 we stopped here:
Common Ground Cafe & Bakery @ The Razorback Inn
We liked the hot apple cider. This was just the right thing to have on a cold winter day. I also had a very good pumpkin soup and Peter had a chicken pie and salad.
This is the Entrance to the Cafe at the Razorback Inn in Picton
One year ago Peter mentioned the following on Facebook, and Facebook reminded Peter today of that entry which Peter allowed me to copy here:
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I thinks this post also shows some of the pictures that we took one year ago.