Comfort Hotel Adelaide
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of muscat infused marscapone cream on warm mandarin segments poached in a sugar syrop delicately gingered. Wonderful! But wait......the finale is dark chocolate mousse on a thin cake with chopped hazelnuts inside and a spoon of yoghurt icecream. Now we are well and truly done. We spent a quiet evening dieting and watching the new SBS cooking show by Sylvia Colloca called Made in Italy. This incidently shows much of the countryside we hope to see early next ...
... to get the Technician to free us, it was the tiniest lift we had ever been in. It gave us an insight into claustophobia, they said it held 3 people. Mark and Jenny thought we were just late! Strolled home with a little drizzle of rain, but nothing to complain about, thank God I have Laurie, everything corner and street looks inviting but I get a little confused over which is ...
... it off. But no, they managed to convince Dad and Daniel that they were 10€. Each. Worse, before I could even get them to cut it off, Dad added 20€ to Daniel's 10 and they actually paid for them, despite knowing I really didn't want it. That translates to about $50, for three four-stringed bracelets. What a duping. No wonder they're out in numbers. Anyway, it didn't matter because we were in Paris (I know I promised I'd do my best not to repeat that, but I ...
... We hopped aboard the Eurostar for a trip through the Chunnel to Paris. The part where we were under the water only lasted about 20 minutes and was nowhere even close to being scary like I thought it might be. I am loving train travel and the lovely meals they serve you as they travel along. This morning it was tea and a chocolate croissant for me! When we arrived at the Paris train station some guy tried to broker a taxi for us at a charge of $130 euros! Luckily ...
... and we made sure to see the Version Original, so they spoke in English instead of dubbed French, it just had French subtitles. We decided to head to the Eiffel Tower to see the light show. We had a few hours before sunset, so we enjoyed the rest of the macaroons in the park in front of the tower. My favourites we tried were the incredibly rich chocolate and the incredible sweet raspberry. We had dinner at a cafe nearby, so we ...