Serafino McLaren Vale
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
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... to be the most picturesque. A long tree lined drive leads to an old stone cottage with views across the vineyards. Such a lovely setting, and we leave with a couple of bottles.
We didn’t plan on buying lots of wine (a major oversight), so Kevin ends up with an extremely heavy backpack after we stop at Wirra Wirra and Primo Estate on our way home. We reward the kids for being so patient with us for the day with a treat at the train carriage ...
... a few well deserved hours of sleep. It was certainly nice to be home and the cool weather was bliss after 10 days of extreme humidity.
Once back home I noticed I was very short of breath. This is something I had also noticed towards the end of our time in Thailand. I however had put this down to the extreme humidity we faced as well as the busy holiday we had just endured. I returned back to work on Monday with extreme breathlessness. ...
... assist so at Sydney airport we had a special bus from the domestic terminal to the international one with one other passenger. We had priority through immigration and security and headed for the Qantas lounge. Using a guest pass we managed to gain access for all three of us and spent a couple of pleasant hours with a view over central Sydney. Then onto the plane. It was an A380. It was spacious and reasonably comfortable. The Qantas staff were friendly and ...
... Ocean. Today the town is a thriving regional centre for the surrounding districts with plenty of pubs, cafés and restaurants to choose from and it is also the gateway to the Coorong National Park and the lakes system at the mouth of the Murray River.
We initially booked to stay for three nights but ended up staying for five and we marked 10 months on the road while at Port Elliot which is really difficult to believe – the time has disappeared so ...
... River meets the sea), on the return trip we also came across a real roadside bargain. We have all seen the signs for cheap Horse or Pony Poo and Cow Manure.....so were we very impressed with this enterprising person who was advertising Pigeon Poo for $1.00 a bag. Must be a good seller as the basket was empty!
We then headed to Port Elliot where Aero had a great time at the local Council Dog Park. A great fully fenced area with ...