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Meine drei Wochen in Adelaide sind nun auch vorbei und ich bin mir noch
nicht ganz sicher, wann ich wieder zurueck gehen werde.
Diesmal verging die Zeit unglaublich schnell, obwohl ich eigentlich nicht
viel gemacht habe in Adelaide. Weswegen ich zuerst auch nicht wirklich einen
Anslass fand euch zu schreiben. …
... Ave) Pragues high streets. Prague National Theatre Spanish Synague Dancing House Golden Lane Old Jewich Cemetery National Museum Strahov Monastery Prague Jewish Museum ( 6 sections) Municipal House Hop on hop off bus: Stop . Masarykovo Nadrazi is start of bus trip. 90 minute duration commences at ...
... before the connection to Geneva I had a stroll through the terminal browsing the shops. Then off to the Emirates Business lounge for some breakfast. The lounges at Dubai are really superb, very spacious and the food, drink etc are very good.
Flight to Geneva was uneventful...that means smooth!!.....with an exceptionally smooth landing. Very good pilot this time. ...
... we caught up with our gorgeous friends Jan and Glenn ( who are back on the road and travelling East ) we had the most FAB night at The Lion Hotel, great food, company and dancing . Lots of hugs n kisses as we leave because we are not sure when we will catch up again.
On the Friday we had breakfast on Norwood with our beautiful and funny friend Sonia and this time husband David made it too which was great... its never long enough but we pack SO ...
... in Adelaide but something I have never even heard of before) and some tasty port. I could have bought several bottles but we settled for one as we did not know what the next three wineries had in store. We past the Jacobs Creek namesake of the famous wine brand before rolling into Tanunda a small boutiquey town that I think I could use as my home base for a future week relaxing in the Barossa Valley! The lazy town had lots of cafes, coffee shops and stores ...