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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Swimming pool
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... a whisper. We gave it a go and was really cool, sounded like we were next to each other.
It wasn't designed to be like this, just a coincidence about the shape of the damn and materials used, i'm sure there must be quite a few like it.
We spent a little while at the reservoir then headed back into town. It took about 40 minutes to get back. Hazel invited us to their house the ext day for a roast dinner. They are really nice people.
We got back to the ...
... Arrived Adelaide Hilton about 1pm .room on 9th floor and very nice....we were apparently upgraded !. Set out to explore City with walk along the Torrens river around to the Botanical Gardens.very hot but beautiful City. Apparently preparing for Christmas with the most understated decorations.finally returned to Hotel for shower and change of clothes. Ate in restaurant then back to room for early night for yet another early ...
... were keen for us to sample some of the wines that were being produced in South Australia so we went wine tasting at the Petaluma winery. Paul was a self confessed wine w****r. Jane and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience, however we did struggle to pick out the flavours such as biscuit that were in the accompanying notes. Luckily for me, I did still purchase a 5 bottle box of wine for £7.70 a few days later so hadn't suddenly acquired expensive taste. If ...
... to people who had just landed. The cards themselves cost $6 each and most of the people in the taxi/bus queue would need one but most people were too sceptical at this hairy stranger offering something free to take them off our hands.
Jane had been a good girl scout as usual and put two pot noodles (Asian brand) in the carry on. Once through security at Melbourne Airport we got some boiling water from the cafe and enjoyed our free lunch. Thanks again to Jodie and Jez for ...
Finally we are packed and resting after the usual hectic lead up to such a trip. China, a country full of people, smog, hustle, bustle and an ancient culture still being discovered by the people of the West. I do confess to having no idea as to why we chose this country to visit - to experience a culture vastly different to ours? To get out of "our comfort zone"? Who knows, it is too late now! The reactions from people who find out about ...