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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... exciting news I had his full attention.
I told him about the Germans who had settled a place called Hahndorf in the Adelaide Hills...and then I found Juanita's cryptic comment about the Stables Inn at 74 Main St in Hahndorf..."awful"...so of course later as we descended into Adelaide we had to stop to find this Inn. We didn't find it but we agreed with the Lonely Planet..."the town has become a kitsch parody of itself with ...
... behind we were transported to country roads bursting with gum trees, fields with rows and rows of grapes and endless farms that all seemed to house stunningly beautiful horses. Well, I was in passenger heaven and couldn’t pass the opportunity to get out and make some horsey friends. Luckily when we stopped a huge Clydesdale horse and his timid chestnut buddy were standing by the fence and the gentle ...
... the ship - the driver assured me that the boat would wait for us!!!...we arrived with 10 minutes to spare -- not enough "wiggle room" for me!!! Plan to do my usual walkabout ...and hoping that I don't end up categorizing it as "just one more big Oz city!!!...but I know - it too will be 'special. In Melbourne -I restrained myself to a dozen pics ( despite a whole pile that on second thought - looked 'better' -to ...
... observed the Central Market which is the largest covered market in the Southern Hemisphere. We learned it boasts free produce stalls and lots of cafes. We reached the edge of Adelaide admiring beautiful stone houses along the way. Adelaide was the only colony in Australia that was settled by non-convicts. In fact it was only wealthy Europeans that could afford the passage and land in Australia. The city melted into countryside. Landscape here is more what ...
... and a half cold hours after we broke down.
A Novocastrian (who laughed at having his accent mistaken by the kids as Scottish and was happy to describe himself as "half a Scot") kindly received us at the Mt Barker caravan park at about 9.30pm -- long after closing hours. You cannot help but feel a little self-conscious when you are trying at 9.30pm in cold weather to set up a humble pop-top camper trailer with its spider web of cords and pegs amid a fleet ...