Serafino McLaren Vale
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and Ben who live up on the hillside above Willunga. They built a spectacular house a few years ago - I hope we can go back and take some pics of both homes. After lunch with Claire we drove over to Kath and Ian's house. After a few drinks, the aforementioned family dropped by, plus Ian's brother & his wife and sister! Kath had prepared a great meal which meant we had to drink more wine and beer, sitting on the verandah, watching the sun go down. So you can see why ...
... after 75k and about 1200 meter Height differences, despite the Weather it was an good Ride and it must be fantastic riding here in the Summertime with the right equipment. Despite the rain and low temps some in the group where riding in shorts... just looking at them made me shiver... The Spring is not far off with Cherry Trees blooming but the weather is just like in Switzerland in April with frequent changes in Temps and Cloud Cover. Thankfully ...
... room all to ourselves (we have been jammy with things like that) we unpacked then headed out for dinner! We visited hogsbreath cafe which was amazing, very similar to tgi Fridays! I had steak and ribs and it was awesome!! We stayed a few days in Adelaide, mostly sorting out James's window from Tasmania and finding ourselves a car! Luckily we found a new window for James car an we also found a car. A ...
... kilometres. That night I met Fiona, I was made to feel right at home straight away by my adopting family. The next morning I was taking for a tour around the farm to try and get orientated, it took a long time to get my head around North and South. The farm is about 1100 hectares, which is pretty big, enormous by English standards but probably on the smaller side for Aussie farms. While being shown around the farm we noticed one of the pipes must have burst underground as ...
... for lunch. We really
could have been in Italy! Once again the food was DELICIOUS - awesome that they
all use the freshest, local produce. They also showcase wines from the region
and do an excellent job of matching them perfectly with menu items. Actually,
just remembered I had a cider there, with an adorable label, so I kept the
Back on our bikes for the return trip and feeling a little