Medina Grand Adelaide Treasury
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Grrrrrrrrrrrrr. I hate packing bags. Actually, I really like packing my bags cause I do like changes and travel. But I hate packing when there is so much to pack and only so little space. This morning, I did not put on the alarm clock and only woke up at 8.30am. First stress was a fact. So I …
... into the traffic. Stop start for over an hour, cars going everywhere, there was even a traffic jam of cars on the side walk. Crazy. We finally made it to the airport and waited for our flight, at least we were back to some sort of organization. The flight was OK and we landed in Dubai, then it was another wait. I said my goodbyes to Kate who was heading back to England and in ...
... like them very much. The grown-up and me saw many animals, lots which we had seen before, but some new animals too. I was very excited to see not one, but two giant pandas. They looked very friendly and were very fluffy and furry, so the grown-up liked them too. We also saw some smaller furry animals which were called guinea pigs. They didn't look very much like pigs, but alot more cuter. The grown-up has a friend who really likes guinea pigs.
We also saw two tigers, two ...
... sides to each other. However, the excellent steward organised for Fletcher to move into a aisle seat just across from me. My neighbour was a young Chinese Australian who had been working in Shanghai, Hu, and we chatted happily. We also had an Australian family in front of Fletcher with an Australian man and his Chinese wife and their two children. Rodney was a teacher from Melbourne and again a three way conversation ensued. It made for a pleasant flight back The steward also ...
... minus 10 (with windchill) in Mongolia. Once we were down at the beach, it didn't actually feel that hot as it was blowing a gale down there. The wind was so strong that it was actually painful, as it whipped up the sand into our legs. It also created a very turbulent top layer on the water, despite the sea being calm underneath. The water was freezing as the bay is fed by the southern ocean, coming straight in off the Antarctic! It was very refreshing after a long flight. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMedina Grand Adelaide Treasury
this hotel is now called Adina instead of Medina, situated right in the heart of Adelaide. Walking distance to Rundle Mall etc. Large and modern apartments, stylish decoration. Friendly staff and lovely pool in the basement. Perfect for a stay in Adelaide!
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