Carrington Gardens Apartments
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- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Family rooms
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... guided tour telling us of the medieval city's journey through the ages. Saw the ancient Stone Bridge which gracefully arches across the water,the Old Town Hall,the World Heritage-listed city centre and the Porta Pretoria - gates to a Roman fort built in 179 ...
... couple who were from Pennsylvania in a Land Rover Disco. Martin managed to bag the front seat so as he could talk all the time to Chris, gleaning all the knowledge he could get, poor man. We drove across the Island towards Flinders Chase National Park stopping on the way at a farm where we saw our 1st kangas sitting grazing and hanging around, then in front of us high up in a gum tree were a mother and baby koala, they were awake and she was ...
... off from Adelaide airport which was fun to have them fly over the top of us.
... to the Erewash Canal & we walked along the canal from Eastwood Lock to Shipley Lock. It was a beautiful day & a very nice walk. We saw a narrowboat going through Shipley Lock. The canal was completed in 1779 & was used mainly for transporting coal. The last commercial narrowboat delivered its cargo in 1952. Today there are only pleasure narrowboats on the canal.
The following day was a big day out & my hostess & I were ...
... rock formations. We just kept heading down the coast line to Port Lincoln were we got a cabin for the night sick of being out in the weather. Then Port Augusta to Hahndorf were we had been before but loved it so much we went back and i bought a cuckoo clock. Had a look at Adelaide nice city some impressive buildings. Dropped down to victor harbour and saw the horse and ...