- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I've found it fascinating as it is largely set around the turn of the century - to the 1900's. That is also when my own Mum's mother was born in Glenelg - tells of the very tough times for many in Adelaide at that time. There was typhoid, pneumonia and even the bubonic plague. There was a long drought, there was v high unemployment....very tough times
It's also interesting reading about the politics of the time - they ...
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The classic roof here is made of stone and weighs 500-800 Kg per square metre. They said it costs around 1500 Euro per sq metre to build today, but will last 300 years. Only one person is out of pocket
Back in time to listen to Delroy - he even read out a birthday greeting to my two boys...I'm sure they don't listen to radio much, ABC less, ABC Radio at 10:15pm even less again. But the world heard it.
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2. The church here in Sarlat has a glass roofless lift for sightseeing. For some reason I allowed Sandy to take me up. Was just Sandy, I and the guide for 9 minutes. Just tolerable for me. See the picture
The last few days I have been commenting that the countryside is like Margaret River. Its very green, lots of ferns and lush forest, I even said "it must rain a lot". Today - it rained a lot. When ...
... against the bombers. That is a MUST win match...I have a lotto ticket on it.
Forecast was for fine and 32 with small chance of storm.
Had a Skype back to Perth to confirm that Mum is still walking everyday....I believe she is collecting a great set of photos of her walks
We walked down the road to see what happens on Sunday....we're too late, it just gone 12 and all is closed for lunch. ...
... as the one that the Queen used for many years...we felt very special. Thanks Phillipe. He also told us some of the history of the property - it seems that some years back during very heavy rain, the property was damaged and there was a large hill slip, down on to the road. As part of the restoration, they had to build 'canals' under ground to improve the drainage. They still exist today and ensure good drainage