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- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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The sun is shining at home and everything is ready for the big birthday on Saturday. We took all the children (including Dean) out to the Aqua Park at Coolum. They were all full of energy and ready to begin. After being fitted for life jackets they dashed into the water and swum out to the first inflatable. The first challenge was to climb up onto the inflatables! Jacob's gym ...
... few nights. Parked the van and unhooked and then drove into Adelaide for Philip to get a couple of things at Jaycar and then do some groceries. Back to the van for a read and relax before a LIGHT serve of snapper and salad for tea. This is a lovely park with new owners and grassy sites. All terraced between sites with plenty of room to ...
So we are back home – still a little jet lagged but settled. The morning we left Paris there were some hassles – with Emirates/Flight Centre and then there were delays but we did manage a little sleep and several movies. Our kind friend John Bennett picked us up from the airport. It was (and still is) eerily quiet here in the city centre as everyone seems to have gone away. Lots of unpacking, washing and just finding things has taken up our time. We have also managed ...
... Jeannette no longer working, we are both unemployed and start to plan for rest of the year.
Our first step was to attend the Australian Caravan School at Hastings Point, just below the NSW/Queensland border. This is our first big trip with the van. We go via Melbourne so that we can go to niece Renee's 40th birthday. We also catch up with Di & Derek. Di is a very long term friend.
We enjoyed both the school and the ...
... Sydney and promising to bring us healthy nutritious juices that would ensure the toll of wines, cheeses and carbs would be reduced.
Another day back in the car and we make it to Adelaide, driving through the edge of the Barossa Valley's vineyards and winding our way down hill to the centre of this beautiful city. As we were to stay on the outskirts near the beach we made the CBD (if you can call it this) our first stop so we could grab some information on wine ...