Sundance Bed and Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... to Flying Boats....Ireland was THE stop off point for flying boats at the end of the 1930’s, sadly this mode of transport stopped as airfields/landing strips got bigger, mainly due to WWII. Foynes, a small town on the Shannon River was the Irish landing strip as this area of the Shannon is large enough, secluded and weather conditions were usually favourable, it was also close to a major city for the “guests” to freshen ...
... to explode. When he started explaining in minute detail how the runaway lorry ramps on Mt. Lofty work, I started banging my head on the window glass ... really.
Having said all of that, it was quite a nice day. The Barossa Valley vineyards were bare (it is winter here after all) but the grass was quite verdant. Mile upon mile of very green grass, very fluffy white sheep and very twisty, leafy gum trees ...
... unsure about and most of the ones we got right I was right there with them. This however still had no effect on the final standing, with the Red Hot Trivia Peppers coming in at a modest 3rd place, only 3 points behind the joint winners. But thanks to our pro wrestling obsessed team, some fine shooting in beer pong and our surprising knowledge of granny hobbies such as cross-stitching, embroidery, beading etc. we managed to bag ourselves 3 bonus prizes in the form ...
... to learn how to travel independently! There is little to no shopping in the international departure lounge unlike larger airports but the World Cup soccer is on the TV so the boys are entertained. Bottled water is $5.50 each- how can they justify that ??? ...
It's ten months today until we head off on our next big trip and I have decided that instead of the brief Facebook updates that get lost in the past quite quickly, I am going to try a blog instead. This also means people without Facebook (ie: my parents - I can't think of anyone else without Facebook!) can keep up with what we are doing. So in preparation, over the next few months I am going to use all our little interstate trips as trial runs. This trip to Sydney next week will be the ...