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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      Last day in Adelaide

      A travel blog entry by marilyna on Jul 14, 2014

      ... off for a total cost of $20.10. They should be home by Friday.

      So then back in to Adelaide and a visit to the Botanic Gardens. We parked easily in Frome Road at the rear of the gardens. Parking always seems to be easy in Adelaide, probably because of their excellent public transport system.

      The gardens were well set out with eremophila and other native plantings at the entrance. We found the huge Bicentennial Glasshouse which was full of tropical rainforest ...

      Love the furry friends...

      A travel blog entry by lilyloves on Apr 30, 2014

      8 photos

      ... of kangaroos and wallabies and got very close to them to feed them and to stroke them, but every time the grown-up got really close they hopped off. I think the kangaroos like the grown-up more than the wallabies, as they kept hopping away quick. I don't think that they liked me either.

      The grown-up and me also got really close to a koala called Stephen, which is not a name that I thought a koala would be called. The ...

      Another suitcase in, Evita)

      A travel blog entry by hugoanddenis on Mar 01, 2014

      45 photos

      A new city, a new map, new adventures, new associations. Maybe it's because I've traveled a bit or maybe it's because I look for familiarity, but whenever I land in a new city, I'm beseiged with images of other cities. Italo Calvino writes about this in "Invisible Cities" which is all about traveling and all about Venice. As we walk, I think, Oh, this feelsl like that plaza in Copenhagen or, "Hugo, isn't this just ...

      Great Ocean Road Day 3: Nelson to Adelaide

      A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Jan 18, 2014

      4 photos

      ... a bit of Maths and suddenly realised that we had an uphill task to make it to Adelaide for our 4pm deadline. We had 379km remaining and less than four hours in which to do it in, meaning Ethal was going to have to average more or less 100km/hr all the way to our destination. Time to put our foot down (while obeying the speed limit in small towns this time). After Beachport the population really thinned out (as if it hadn't already) and we barely passed ...

      Beating the heatwave & a Lucky Miss!

      A travel blog entry by joanne.schwenke on Jan 15, 2014

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      Yesterday we travelled about 1.5hrs to Hallett Cove, we are in the middle of a heatwave that has lasted all week!!

      We thought we would get closer to the beach and it may be cooler with a seabreeze. I am not sure I have mentioned we have been beachcombing and collecting Seaglass. Pieces of washed up glass from the sea, they feel very smooth, are frosty in appearance if they are at the ...