Clarion Hotel Soho
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... a 5 Star hotel opened in 2014 and located in the city centre,spacious room with free WIFI, 3 second walk to public transport. Charles Bridge 2km,Old Town Square and the Astronimical clock 1.2 km,Wenceslas Square 1.3 km from hotel. During the evening,we get to know our fellow travellers at a Welcome ...
... day experience, especially in the lead up to the game. Kudos to them!
We spent a lovely day with S&S driving to the Mt Lofty Summit where we had a spectacular view of the mist and clouds over Adelaide, then onto Hahndorf to explore the shops and enjoy a leisurely lunch. Hahndorf is such a beautiful place - the old buildings are just gorgeous. It's a tourist mecca, so lots of food shops, lolly shops, clothing ...
... one; Flor de Sarta in Leon. Very close call but despite being a lock-up the service, room, breakfast, pool and location win out. Least favourite was Hotel Los Arcos in Esteli for service, food and laundry. Favourite Town: El Castillo Favourite daytrip: Indio Maiz hike in thick mud with good wildlife and a really fun guide. Favourite restaurant: The Turned Turtle at LCB&B Best guide: Kevin on Ometepe ...
... about) and the Murray River didn't look that robust to me as we drove beside it for the last bit of the day. So BIG BIG problem looming.
On the road today the best bumper sign we saw was "Pleasure Before the Plot"...which we took to be a positive one for healthy seniors. The other day we saw a camper with a plate that read "Grey Nomads". We liked it too.
And so we drove down the long sweeping hill into Adelaide, into ...
... and there were entertainers out and about in the mall. After spending much of our trip in smaller country towns we really noticed how noisy and busy the city was. When we walked around the smaller towns most people we passed will nod or say hi but in the city everyone seems to be in a hurry and unless they are trying to sell you something it is rare to be even acknowledged.
There are some beautiful old building in the Adelaide CBD, the Post Office ...