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... out) of the CBD. There’s a focus here on fine food - without the all pretence of Sydney, or Melbourne for that matter – and its proximity to wine growing areas is terrific. Penfolds Magill Estate, established in 1844 just 8 years after the foundation of Adelaide, is located only 15 minutes from the CBD. It grows Shiraz grapes not only for Magill Estate Shiraz, but also for the production of Grange Hermitage (in fact this vineyard ...
... take to depot and pack for shipping Friday: finalise paperwork and packing, say Au revouir Saturday and Sunday: tidying up our camping gear,sorting out how to carry the panniers. This frenzied activity was mixed in with substantial doses of good times with family, wine, secret surprise lunches with aunties, catch up with cousins, wedding dress viewings, wine, dinners, desserts, pasties.... Did we mention a hell of a lot of eating let alone ...
Talk about a civilized country, Mary and I were out sightseeing and needed a restroom. Adelaide provides public restrooms as does Sydney and Melbourne but we had not seen one of these before. It was a two-seater and stand-alone. You pressed a button and if unoccupied the metal door slid open. You pressed a button and the door closed and music started to play--- ...
... plants, shrubs and trees. Apart from a pretty 'berceau' covered in Wisteria, we did not recognize one single species apart from the most common gum trees. In one spot we noticed a strong and delicious fragrance, a little similar to that of cloves, yet we were unable to determine where it came from. We whiled around a little just to please our nostrils. The Café of the wine-centre serves excellent coffee, but the guided tour was not on, closed temporarily for restructuring. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWindsor Gardens Caravan Park Adelaide
If you like being packed into a caravan park...this is the one to go to. The sites are so close together you can hear the people next door 'breathing'. I asked for another spot and was told there weren't any...yet two remained vacant for week I was there. Not impressed at all. Caretaker could be friendlier and agreeable to clients
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