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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuest on King William Adelaide
Standard, maybe even basic. Only a 2 night stay. Did the job ok :)
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... of a Quarantine Bin for pitching out all your fruit, vegetables and vine roots before entering the state.
At that point the road and the rail line were joined by the water pipeline. Water is a big problem here...80 % of South Australians depend upon the Murray River for their water supply. It hasn't rained very much lately (remember that climate change stuff the Republicans scoff at and the Conservatives are only ...
... had reached the lovely Victor Harbor. The horse influence here was the 100 year old horse drawn tram, pulled by the mighty draft Clydesdale’s which take passengers across the bridge over to Granite Island.
We had just missed the next tram but realised it was actually quicker to walk across the bridge as we caught up with the plodding tram in no time.
Granite Island is home to a now very small ...
... much cooler!! And what a grand city it is...so clean and 'orderly'...that was the distinguishing feature I noticed over the previous 2 cities. It had all the same "ingredients" ..eg...churches,beautiful old buildings,gardens, pedestrian malls etc...but they were all close together....one after another as you walked out of the train station. And to top it off they provided free tram service to the peripheral spots...so ...
... I sat with my head against the seat in front trying to take calming, nausea easing breathes. So far I think this was closest to barfing I have come on our trip. Our first stop was not a winery but rather a the "Whispering Wall". It was a dam that was built to help manage the water supply in Southern Australia that also had the feature that if you whisper near the wall on one side you can hear it perfectly on the other side of the stone semi-circle dam. ...
... in order to follow the sport again, the highlight of which consisted in attempting to get 13 people quietly into a -- comparatively -- small caravan in the dead of night and to compose three fractious and tired little boys to sleep.
After failing to hush the baby, Dr B decided it was best to do a recce of the area and to enable Mrs B to restock the family Penates from the bounty of either a Woolworths or Coles. Leaving the eldest children to put ...