Comfort Hotel Highlander
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... was a terrible smell in the air and we could see some smoke. After the boat trip we decided to go back to Glenelg and have lunch there, so we caught the tram back. We had a very late lunch at an Italian cafe - minestrone for Mum and pasta for Paul and I. Back to the unit for a cup of tea and a rest. We watched television on the giant TV and had veggies for dinner ...
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... s Gap. Lovely spot. Then had a bit of a zoom up through the twisties. Good fun. And the Camries were actually getting out of the way! Awesome! Lots of damage still evident there from the recent bushfires. Man, it musta been a doozie!
Then up to Horsham and instead of heading to Nhill we went via Naracoorte. Much better! Was nice to drive through the countryside down that way. Saw the ...
... br> Now I'm in Adelaide, another delightful city and I'm while Festivals are in full swing. The aroma from eucalyptus trees after rain Belair Park in Mount Lofty Ranges, just outside Adelaide, is the cure for the snottiest of colds. I walked up Waterfall Trail - no waterfall, but at least I left with squeaky clean tubes.
And a bit of ...
... obviously well established. Once we left the gardens we were almost instantly on North Terrace, and heading for Rundle Street, which apart from being the principle shopping district, is home to some sculpture, know as Malls Balls. This is highlighted as a must see, so we did. Two big silvered balls, balancing on each other, makes for a fun photo opportunity. Then back to North Terrace which is Adelaide's formal boulevard, and contains several ...