Miller Apartments Adelaide
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... There were also some interesting art pieces along the Mall, and some interesting buildings throughout the city.
Having forgone a winery tour, we then headed for the National Wine Centre of Australia. We had to have a taste. We’ve seen something like this before in San Luis Obispo where the wine is dispensed through machines. They give you a card to insert in the machine which allows you to pour a sample, a ...
... Bay with spectacular views out to the ocean. This was nothing like the Brighton we know! We pitched on a sandy grass area and noticed how breezy it was as we were totally exposed..."brrrrr, these mid-20 temperatures are a bit nippy” I commented, which was a worrying sign for our forthcoming weeks in NZ!
We spent our first afternoon lazing around the campsite, blogging, reading and enjoying the heat ...
... s Farm Shop, and taste tested everything from jams to olives to sweet sauces. Such variety, and in a lovely setting!
We had a great time in Angaston, testing out a variety of cheeses at the Barossa Cheese Company, and getting a coffee at one of the local café / patisseries. This coffee was accompanied by some wonderful cakes - a Vanilla Slice and Chocolate Cherry Slice (both amazing and delicious). The main ...
... br> Arrived Adelaide about 8.30pm - quite a chilly evening. The apartment where we are staying from the inside - cause it's dark outside - looks very nice. We are on the 17th floor overlooking the city but after a 12 hour flight - can't really appreciate the view - just want to go to ...
... a tour of the vineyards as we never quite got round to that in New Zealand and there are so many vineyards in Adelaide. It's perfect you get to try as many wines as you want and you don't have to buy one if you don't want to. We stuck to red wine all day and Chris and I chose our favourite and get one for when we finish walking to everest base camp. I think in the end we went to 4 different vine yards all with amazing wine. Considering your only trying you manage to ...