Lakes Resort Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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WEATHER............ Breakfast only provided today. Arrange lunch book to go to a traditional folklore dinner. Having become familiar with the layout of Prague, we have a day of leisure to design our time as best suits us for the day. Our Travelmarvel Tour Director will be delighted to assist in planning ...
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Today we just drove around the area and had some errands to do which included giving the dentist lots of money. We took the kids to Onkaparinga Playground which is a huge wooden park and then drove down to Moana Beach.
... Hamilton was in a lovely round rotunda and having magnificent 360degrees views over the nearby wineries and country side. We partook of a very nice lunch in the town of McLaren. On our way home late afternoon, we found a supermarket to do some much needed grocery shopping. On our travels, we have seen many " Big " items like the big Pineapple and the big prawn, today at the Wirral Wirral winery we saw the 'Big Wine Bottle'. A new one to add to our ...
... to have shortened the war by 2-4 years. Unfortunately Alan Turing committed suicide in June 1954.We also went to The National Museum of Computing, which was a short walk away. It had massive computers used at Bletchley Park, right up to more modern home computers & calculators on display.
We were up very early the next morning & my friend’s son-in-law picked me up to take me to Heathrow Airport, as he also had an early ...