Comfort Hotel Highlander
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... up all the neighbours bins with our leftover junk. It did have me starting to ponder as to whether those bins are fair game or if I should be feeling a little guilty that i filled nearly every bin in our street. I'm pretty sure we'll never miss the 5 tonnes of 'stuff' we have sent off to the op-shop and chucked in the bin. No wonder we were bursting at the seams in our house. Having a break from the house today, with Pete and I catching our breath with a few things ...
Another day in Adelaide, today was sunny but cool.. We took it easy this morning and then went into the city for a look around. Walked through Rundle Mall and the kids picked up some 'essentials' (more books & stationary). Overall a pretty easy day which ended with my crazy kids going ...
... in caravan parks are friendly and helpful It doesn't matter how many goes it takes to reverse the caravan in straight Australian history is amazing and there is so much to learn Toasted marshmallows are really yummy Thermals are not daggy and are extremely handy We could probably live in a stone cottage in Clare or Hahndorf and be pretty happy with some goats and chickens Using a bath mat in the caravan park showers makes a big difference ...
... it out and willing the nausea to subside we returned to the bus and to my relief stopped at our first winery five minutes later. The Chateau 1847 Yaldara was a stunning cluster of stone buildings surrounded by tall trees and gorgeous landscaping. It turned out to be our favourite winery almost everything appealing to our palate. We tasted a white semillon with passionfruit notes, several of the valley's most famous variety shiraz, a sparkling red ...
Delilah insisted that we visit the museum in the town centre and see the animals on display before seeing the retail therapy centre of South Australia. Despite our time here, it is still a bizarre experience to see Christmas trees, hear the Sally Army playing carols while walking around shops in shorts with the heat of the sun on your back. Strolled down ...