Adelaide Meridien Hotel & Apartments
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... worked in Adelaide but later settled in the Barossa valley. He bought 2 hectares of land beside Jacob’s Creek and planted the first commercial vineyard of the Barossa region. They have expanded greatly over the years and no longer just supply the world with cheap plonk – they have some very expensive upmarket labels as well. But they also have Asian staff and signs in Japanese and Chinese – there is no doubt ...
... all they do is a cheese platter of local cheeses and crackers to accompany the wine tasting. Sure, good idea. We are not much for big lunches anyway, at least most of the days we are not, so this actually suits us fine. So as we graze away on three good cheeses and the local bakings called “bark”, we are treated to a variety of wines from the small growers around Eden Valley. As we sit and admire the food and wine, one of the growers comes and visit, ...
Adelaide feels small and mostly very modern but with some lovely old buildings scattered about. First thing I set off for a run around the park surrounding the Torrens River. This has new buildings on both sides a good paths with plenty of bridges so lots of runners and cyclists out. After breakfast we walked to the Central Market which was buzzing, lots of food stalls but also ...
... list, The Big Lobster has been on a few of our trip stops, but now it is for sale and you could get the land, shop and residence if any one is at all interested. The shop is now completely shut and not open for business. Another big thing going down the gurgler. The Coorong National Park was almost eerie with no wind, no noise (till we arrived) and the water was like glass, it was also seemed a lot fuller than usual, the amount of water in all the ...
... the impression I would sleep on my 25 hour journey but unfortunately did not. The flight to Singapore via Munich was smooth. I was still very upset from saying goodbye, then a flight attendant told me that I look like Emma Bunton from Spice Girls (someone I always wanted to be while I was growing up) and another gave me a teddy bear and lots of chocolate when she saw I was upset which made everything a little more okay :P Singapore Airlines were ...