St. Francis Winery

Address: 14 Bridge Street, Reynella, South Australia, 5161, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 14 Bridge Street, Reynella, is near Onkaparinga River Wetlands.
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    Travel Blogs from Reynella

    Barrosa valley & Jamie Oliver

    A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on May 01, 2015

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    It is Annie's birthday today, so at her request we headed out on a beautiful cloudless sunny day to the Barossa valley. First we went to Tanunda, which is effectively the capital of the region and had a walk around, although there was not a lot to see. We talked to a very helpful lady in the tourist information ( and we've found they are all very helpful throughout our trip). She told us of the best places to visit, and the restaurant we might like to ...

    FLYING TO THE MIDDLE EAST

    A travel blog entry by shazlking on Feb 05, 2015

    1 photo

    ... have. John and I have never been there before, but the Mansfields have.
    They will be our tour guides and companions on this exciting trip.

    I will add to the blog whenever I have access to the Internet, so patiently wait for the next
    thrilling episode!………..
    ...

    Flinders Ranges

    A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Oct 24, 2014

    1 comment, 61 photos

    ... creeks every now and then. The lower end of the trunks are distinctly cone shaped being up to 4m diameter at the ground level, and about 1m across some 3m up from where a normal trunck continues. One can see the floodwaters carrying all sorts of flotsam bearing down on these trees. They need to be built like a buttress to be able to resist being pushed over. Even younger trees appear to quickly develop this huge and heavy foundation to ensure survival.

    After ...

    Home sweet home, lessons learned

    A travel blog entry by stuart.snyder on Oct 17, 2014

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    ... easiest trip I had, and we got along well with the people in the group. Having said all that, I prefer being around younger people and feel you learn more about the culture of the place when you have to make your way around and interact more with the locals. I told Kinda I would like to stay at some hostels on our next trip to meet more adventurist sorts of people. I felt I accomplished something when I caught the local bus in Kavalla to ...

    Melbourne to Adelaide on the Overland

    A travel blog entry by tudyfrudy on Aug 30, 2014

    ... It sounds like a good idea to bring some of that on the train to pass time just in case I do get bored and anyway, one has to eat and might as well eat well. Almond croissant, crusty bread, salami, brie and olives and, oh yes, something healthy, fruit. The night before the train journey starts is a problem for me, always scared that I will sleep in, so I hardly sleep at all. Up at 6 to get ready, taxi taking me to Southern Cross station at seven, for me sort of ...