Adina Place City View Apartments
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Arrived on train in Hanoi at 4.30am. Started day with trying to find our way to the hotel, this was little problematic as the lights weren't on but eventually we realised in was only around the corner. After a very needed shower and breakfast we all headed off in the bus only to be pulled up by the police for what seemed nothing at all, great start. Feeling very sorry for the driver we all chipped in $100,000 each to cover the cost of his fine, ...
... reminding us of the real reason we are here. They also issued fines for inproper bike behaviour/fashion errors and other things which meant we were all entertained. The mechanic and ride director have been issued a target of $5000 of fund raising which they are doing by fining for the most creative infringements I have ever heard (although I agree the 2 riders who turned up for training rides with knicks inside out (ie padding on the ...
... been running the motel forever. What we actually met was a beautiful young Cassandra who with Duncan bought the motel just over a year ago and were renovating and building the business from the tired and forgotten motel that it had become.
We had a chat, met the ever lovable Rupert the dog and met Duncan who gave us our gardening job list to start the following day.
Once we were settled into our lush room with a huge bed, ensuite bathroom and a tv we ...
... even within their own state. It's a shame we can't get them in Canada. Of course he did mention the Yellow Tail wines which are good wines, but he said it's the ugliest winery he's ever seen since it's all machinery everywhere to produce what they do. Keeping in mind what the man at the first cellar door told us, I tried to be as smooth as possible to show appreciation without buying anything. So I asked which restaurants in Tassie we would be able to find ...
... exclusively makes sparkling wine, Jansz. Next, we went to Delamere, which had a fantastic conviviality to it, and we talked a lot with the server and fellow tasters, a gregarious group of middle-aged Australians who appeared to greatly enjoy their wine.
We did another tasting at Bay of Fires, where we bought a bottle of a very dry, non-sweet Riesling, and enjoyed a glass of it out on the deck overlooking the vineyards along with some cheese ...