City Edge on Elizabeth Apartment Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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Zurück in der Zivilisation trennten wir uns zuallererst von unserem Jucy-Gefährt – mit nicht wirklich schwerem Herzen, ehrlich gesagt… Ganze 6‘900 km mehr hatte es auf dem Tacho, und wirklich auf Schäden untersucht wurde es bei der Abnahme nicht. Uns soll es recht sein…
Melbourne ist ja bekannt für sein wechselndes …
... waiting for rescue. The man in his thirties was married and had called in to work sick that day. The women was also in her thirties, married and had told her partner she had to go out of town for business. Like all good news agencies they had their helicopters there within minutes circling the pair. Now the whole world was aware of the affair and the guy got fired. I think I can leave it to you to figure out the moral of this one!!
5.30 am touchdown in Melbourne. Flight was on time departing Dubai and arriving into Melbourne. It was also a comfortable one. I managed quite a few hours sleep during this leg. I hope it won't take me too long to get my time clock back to normal.
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... the rules as we watched, unlike the majority of kids sat around us who were playing on mobile phones. In my opinion they should either be made to watch and appreciate the game or else be left at home. After the match we walked around for a while before deciding upon a Chinese restaurant for an acceptable meal. It was then back to the hostel where we decided against having another beer due to the loud whooping of some fun loving revellers. ...
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incredible view of the entire Barossa Valley. I'd come to the Barossa on numerous occasions when studying and again with work events, but never seen it like this. The Tanunda Caravan Park is well serviced with jumping pillows, ponies, and very new bathrooms, plus super grassy camp-sites (no ground sheets allowed!) so kids all happy. Topped off the night with a fantastic dinner at the 1918 Bistro - though we did forget to wind back ...