RNR Serviced Apartments Adelaide
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This was a very nice place to stay with nice rooms. It was clean and we loved sliding down the stairs!
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Our week after arriving home from Daylesford was a bit crazy, as all our weeks seem to be lately.
Monday morning it was back to work for both of us, and then madly trying to catch up on washing and shopping we didn't do on the weekend.
Tuesday B had uni and G was again at work. B had assignments due during the week as well, which meant early mornings at uni. Thankfully, the earlier you leave, the less time it takes to get to uni, so leaving at 7 ...
... last night at Steven and Tracey's which was really good as we have no food in the house! The Fridge and freezer is completely empty!
We saw the photos from their holidays - what terrific fun and experiences they all had!
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... the meantime, we’re looking at 3 and 4 bedroom houses in case we need to split. We’ll probably get one in a place called Glenelg which is right on the sandy white beach. It is a beautiful suburb with lots of lovely restaurants and bars with outdoor sitting areas, it has a European feel. Best of all, Glenelg has a water park which I'm definitely going to check out soon. We’ll try get the other house in the city which is ...
... thirsty or hungry after walking 20
meters. Had a great shower and a couple of bloody Marys for breakfast before we
get back on board. Pity we only had a couple of hours there could enjoy days
thing is back. Dad is still not too happy with me.
remember how many movies we watched but it was like a movie marathon.
... to reregister her in SA but aside from that it was a done deal. We could not be happier especially that the features of fairy lights, a dashboard koala called Monty and Goofy from Disney as the tow bar cover were all the cherries on the top that sealed the deal, these were our sort of people and we knew that La Toya was going to a good home.
A couple of hours later with confirmation that La Toya didn’t need to go over the pits ...