Tiffins on the Park
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had hills and rolling scenery that I even took a 14km detour from our planned route out to Hancock's Lookout which promised views back over the Flinders Ranges and the Spencer Gulf, and it was definitely worth it, even just for the fantastic, rolling dirt road up to it, and even more so for the fast, sweeping descent back down. Our lunch stop that day was in the pretty little town of Melrose, just outside a great bike shop/coffee shop. The shop owner must have had one of his ...
... There are some ominous clouds looming on the western horizon. It makes for interesting cloudscapes to be captured on photo again. From here it is on to a town called Angaston. We are now in Eden Valley, which is or isn’t part of Barossa, depends on who you talk to. We stop at a little restaurant called “Taste of Eden” which we have selected to treat ourselves to lunch. Expecting a choice of copious lunches as they do at this sort of places, we ...
... The atmosphere was great too, it felt really alive with people bustling about, and traders trying to entice you to their stalls with free samples.
After I managed to drag myself away from the market I headed to the museum. Now after the wonderful time I had at the library the previous day I had high expectations for the museum. Unfortunately it did not live up to them. The displays ...
Adelaide feels small and mostly very modern but with some lovely old buildings scattered about. First thing I set off for a run around the park surrounding the Torrens River. This has new buildings on both sides a good paths with plenty of bridges so lots of runners and cyclists out. After breakfast we walked to the Central Market which was buzzing, lots of food stalls but also ...
... amazing home cooked meal by Di and then over to John and Deb's for the night.
Last night was probably my last with the Mullaney's, I have totally taken the biscuit with how long I've stayed so far and with more relatives on the way in to an already crowded house, I've put myself in to a hostel for my last week in Adelaide. I'll be eternally grateful for everything Sarah, Fletcher, Michael and Di have done for me, I can't repay them enough for these last few ...