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- Babysitting service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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Its 6 am and we are getting ready to fly to Sydney today, our last leg of this trip. We've had a wonderful time here in Adelaide. Each time we come here we are more impressed at what this small and relatively unknown city has to offer. We were invited to Roz's cousin's house on Monday for dinner. Jill and her husband, Chris, have a beautiful home on the outskirts of the city. We were also joined by Jill's sister, Barb (also Roz's cousin). Chris is a ...
... yell behind me, and when I look Helen stands there frozen with a look of agony on her face. She rolled her foot on a loose rock and it hurts badly. But it fades quickly, fortunately, and we complete the loop reaching our car just after 4pm. A quick ride back to Quorn and soon enough we have set-up camp at the local caravan park. Only when we want to have our pre-dinner drinks we notice that not only is the wine missing from our fridge, but a lot of our stores and ...
... if we would see another, we jumped out of the car and got a snap. They are big buggers. Chef Paul rustled up a spag bol for tea. We both tasted it while he was cooking it to see what we thought. Thumbs up from both of us. Then the bombshell. It was quorn. I was livid, gutted, cheated, embarrassed. How could this be? I know my taste buds are simple but surely I would know the difference between vegetarian tripe and quality mince? ...
... She took me with Nick and Oliver to the Highway and afterwards to the Ramsgate which was their Friday hangout spot. It was fun but I noticed Kels wasnt too happy about Oliver who was pouting all the time. He seemed so different than the times Ive met ...
... they were too.
The Glenelg tram stop was just across the road so over we went. A tram was waiting so we tried to get tickets but there wasn't a machine like the one we'd seen at the Glenelg end. Oh well, we'll just hop on and maybe someone will sell us a ticket on the way, or we can buy a ticket when we get off.
So off we set for our tram ride. The tram was full. Ut we found seats after a few stops. It was a smooth ride and very easy for passengers to get on and off. ...