La Loft Apartments North Terrace
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- Indoor pool
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Our relax time spilled into a second day as we received a text at 10 PM stating that our scheduled dolphin swim was cancelled due to high winds and choppy water...so again we had a sleep in! We rolled out of bed and after a quick gym session we walked to the tram to take us downtown. The tram stopped at Victoria square as the rest of the line was closed due to the Santos Tour Down Under bike tour finishing up in the middle of the ...
... of 1969 are all grown up now. They greeted each other and yacked as if it were yesterday. We sat on the lovely verandah over looking Gitti's delightful garden. There were the old stories and the catch up stories, the discussion on politics. Somehow 2pm grew into dinner and next thing you know it was 9.30pm. Allan had, had two or three wines and Sharon was to drive home.
Note here: Sharon doesn't like driving the small SUV around home ...
... to the older part of the city Gastown and saw the gas clock and where the Torch from the 2010 Winter Olympics was, which was an interesting structure. The boys then got bikes to ride to Stanley Park whilst some of the parents went to Granville Island to have a look at the markets, we can never ***** about the price of meat ever again, the price of a kilo of lamb was $72, what the hell?! The group I was with went out for dinner on Granville ...
... After being on the road, let's take a few easy days in Adelaide (or that's what we thought). So much for thoughts........
Day 1 - Saturday. Seth's mate (Tom) had relocated to Adelaide earlier in the year so after walking along the foreshore to Glenelg we caught up with him and used him as tour guide (of sorts) for the day. We walked a few Km's around the city.....maybe a few ...
... Valley – great food and wine.
The next day we headed off to Adelaide CBD and had booked a bus tour – we left early in the morning and got to see a lot more than we had previously. Of course, some of the vineyards were not so good and other like Grant Burge is always fantastic.
On the last full day, we headed out to Maggie Beer’s restaurant and had a fantastic meal – she has all sorts of produce for sale and really in a lot of ways is like ...