Clarion Hotel Soho
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... on a 2 week cruise in Germany and as Al said then Helen and I were "old friends who had just met" I still feel that way!They took time away from their work and family and home to welcome us with open arms and shared their life, their home, their children, their car, their extended family and their country with us. We did and saw and experienced so much more then we ever would have done on our own! We were so fortunate to be ...
... at the cafe there and waited for the Popeye boat. Across the river is the Adelaide Oval and a new footbridge connects it to the city. There were black swans and coots paddling around, with signs saying not to feed them because it would make them aggressive. The Popeye boat arrived and we climbed on. It took us down the river to the weir, then turned around and ...
... a 105km Sunday drive as a bit of entertainment, will give you a glimpse of the Nullarbor Highway. If you want to get an actual destination like a hospital or a show – that would require another 3 to 4 hour travel on the actual highway itself. Yep…that’s what I define in the middle of ...
Friends will know that I said I would never travel again without Julie. However, I could not shake the feeling that this was not what Julie would want. Instead, I felt a growing need to finish our last journey, to visit the places and see the sights that she didn't reach.
On 16th August, I leave Adelaide and travel via Singapore and London ...
... customs and oddly they wave Kate thru and do not stamp her passport. We go back and ask an official is it ok his reply was gold, "do you have a problem with this? We said no so he says no problembo move on. Find our driver who claims his booking is for 2 people , looks at our voucher and says wait here. He went into a car park,begged borrowed or stole a van and presto he was happy again. Look out Rome here we come.