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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeawall Apartments Glenelg
This was the nicest accommodation I stayed in, in my 6 weeks in Oz. It was classy, but fun, close to the beach, everything you need, friendly. Perfect and didn't want to leave
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... he’s been sent to his room for twelve months. The result is lots of pacing and prowling, much to the delight of the crowds.
It’s around three in the afternoon when we finally run the gauntlet of that dangerous minefield called the Zoo Shop. We steel ourselves and make a dash between the shelves of cuddly hippo toys and burst onto the street. Murray is looking poorly and looks ready to collapse. “What can we ...
... up and we got on, it was a bit of a squeeze as everyone seems to get it to go to Glenelg for the beach. Manage to pay for a ticket using the machine. Was about a 40 minute tram ride, which we had to stand up for!
Got off the tram 1 stop too early, only realised this when we looked at the map. We walked down to the hostel, it was a really nice looking building. We checked in and were given a room, wandered up to the room, ...
This morning we started with a full breakfast and then set off for another walk along the beachfront to clear away the cobwebs from the Xmas day fun. We watched the start of the boxing day cricket test before heading to my cousins for some beers, wine and a BBQ. It was a beautiful sunny afternoon so we all sat outside and enjoyed the weather and Hamish, their little pug, kept us all entertained.
Off to the airport today to fly home. We have had a wonderful time in Australia and New Zealand. Thank you Kelsi and Brad for putting up with us during our stay. We are going to miss them. Signing out Bonnie, Brian and Garry. Live long and prosper (Spock) Let the force be with you (Yoda) I'll be back (Arnold) My precious ...
... Voices organisers - we are the first international choir to arrive. It's a public holiday today, so not much open, but plenty of cars on the road, heading toward the coast for the weekend for the unseasonably hot weather - today is 20 degrees, the hottest November day in Belgium since 1900.
Arrived at the hostel in Brugge, went for a quick walk before tea at a local restaurant - Flemish Stew and a Belgian beer.
A quick bit of washing then early bed.