I did NOT stay in this hotel - my fiance and I went there for dinner on Jan. 2, 2012. I had just flown 4 legs of flights (total of 26 hours) from the east coast of the US and probably I wasn't all there. The food was very good - my fiance had a whole trout (he loved it) and I had braised ram, which was tasty. From there we went for a walk in town. It was rather late and we were worried that we would lose the daylight if we did not hurry. So we walked out in a hurry. The dinner was prepaid so we did not reach for the purse after dinner for payment. Silly me, only the next morning I found that the purse was not with me. They do not open until lunch time and our holiday time was so limited so we kept on moving to our next destination. We called the place from our next destination and Denver the manager answered the phone with lots of humor. ("Oh, the purse with the passport, money, credit cards and all? I spent all the money!"). We continued our trip peacefully knowing that the purse was in a good hand (my fiance had money). We were coming back to Ross anyway as we made a circle in the eastern part of Tasmania, we came to recover the purse 4 days later. Denver even declined to take the thank-you money we offered so we had to push it to him. We were very impressed with his honesty. This is a model that every business has to follow.
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