Crowne Plaza Adelaide
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- Non-smoking hotel
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Friday Nov 27th:
Mark and I caught a midday flight to start our four-night trip to Adelaide for some wine tasting and cricket. Our friends, Gordon and Jude, joined us on this trip but caught a later flight.
We stayed at the Crowne Plaza in Room 1325.
NB: Make sure to ask for a high floor when booking.
An early morning start for us with a small bag of luggage as we flew a 30 min flight on Rex Air, that well known airline (not) to Kangaroo Island which is just south west of Adelaide. It was a 30 seater plane which also had an air hostess who managed to serve us a cup of water followed by a Mentos mint! We were to do a 2 day guided safari with a …
... the next street to head back to our humble abode.
This morning was filled with my weekly adventure, and shopping, to Adelaide Central Markets. I call it an adventure because it really is. You walk down the escalators and the immediate aroma of meats, cheeses and coffee hits your nose. As if you were in the middle of Paris and you suddenly had an endless choice of food to choose from. As you come onto market level, you see all the different colours of fruit and ...
... We went our separate ways at Victoria Station & I went to my accommodation. I just walked around the area near my hostel that afternoon & in the evening met with a friend & two of her friends at a pub nearby & we went to a Mexican restaurant for a very pleasant meal.
The next day was my only full day in London & I walked to the river & along the river to Westminster, where I caught a ferry to Greenwich. It was ...
We spent the day catching up with people and carrying out maintenance. Our new water pump arrived from the U.S. two days before we left. The weep in the old one was niggling at Richard. Much easier to replace it here than out on the track. Had to re align a spring pin and put in a new bolt, greased up, checked oils, whilst being much advice from all quarters. Washing is clean and dried, we're ...