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... most enchanting city. We board our luxury Travelmarvel river ship called "Travelmarvel Jewel'. Built 2007 Length 135m Crew members 40 Staterooms 81 Suites 4. Max. Passengers: 170. Our Owner's Suite Cabin No.......... Is situated on the top Rhine Deck- Has French Balcony with another large window and lounge area. Total ...
... in the world, we left our hitch hiker friend in Apollo Bay and began our last stretch of the Great Ocean Road. We stopped at so many view points I lost track as the views were incredible; the water so turquoise even on this cloudy day. We made a brief stop at Kennet River to see more Koalas and Asian's being attracted by bright parrots they were trying to feed. Next stop was in Lorne to have a lie on the beach in extreme bi-polar weather. We watched the life ...
... 18 C at best, so it was a bit of a shock, but actually very nice when you got used to it. Anyway enough of this frivolity we are now in Adelaide. Settled into our hotel, that has original artwork in each room. Ours is a bit on the scary side but then it will be behind us while we sleep, so maybe it will be OK. We have been for a walk along the River Torrens, which was fine except for all the joggers and cyclists working up ...
... Beach which is direct-access from the caravan park (in the light rain, but still beautiful), then went into nearby Glenelg for a nice counter meal at a Hotel overlooking the pier and a beautiful sunset with the most amazing blue/pink/red colours, then home to bed in our cosy cabin, with the wind and rain outside.... We felt bad that we'd hauled the caravan for two days and not even opened it, but we'll make up for it from tomorrow onwards at Kimba and across the Nullarbor to ...
... by a vital hour for AG.
*Navigator has to work a bit harder than of recent times to get us into Adelaide and find the hotel. We have been quite enjoying the luxury of our glampervan but we soon realise that there is a very serious downside – parking in urban centres is neither easy nor cheap. The van is too high for any underground or multi storey carpark. The angle parking bays in front of the hotel are not suitable - ...