Adelaide Meridien Hotel & Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Australia Day is a day of national pride in Australia. 'It does exactly what it says on the tin' and is the official national day of Australia. It marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British Ships at Port Jackson, New South Wales.
Outdoor concerts, fireworks, sports, barbecues and of course beer are the way the Aussie's commemorate the day. It usually involves dressing up in the ...
Woke up at 9am and started my packing up, was a slow process as I was rather tired.
We were allowed to keep out things behind a door for the day which was handy.
We sat outside for a bit and put some suntan lotion on, then headed of to a dome shaped thing where Flinders first landed. It was boiling, I had to shoot between shade. We got to the dome thing, but then Ari noticed there were dolphins swimming up and down the shore. The ...
... held our breathe and he jumped in. Quite cold and the breeze was chilly, especially after swimming! Bbrrr! We wandered and checked if all out. A very laze afternoon. Just what we needed.
Mandys preamp arrived at 5:30. Mandy brother and family arrived. A family feast was held.
... much of the city's water. The first settlers built near the port, but the far-sighted Surveyor General planned the permanent settlement somewhat inland from the port area, and this became the main residential and business center. There is a ship-building industry here. We visited the Cleland Wildlife Park on Mt. Lofty which also provided us with stunning views of the city. Fire bans were in place and strictly enforced. ...
... tasty with a good variety of Asian and western flavours. Love the traditional Thai greeting -hands together, slight bow of the head, accompanied by "sa-wat-dee". Feels very respectful. Currently chilling in hotel, having caught up on some much needed sleep, planning to go and have a late lunch which should also cover dinner too, recheck emails, sort out clothes for tomorrow, repack bag and get an early night, ready for my 03330 brekky and plan to be at the druk air check in at ...