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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Babysitting service
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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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- Kids up at 8am and immediately into the bouncing pillow
- After few hours on bouncing pillow (and some breakfast) went to indoor heated pool. Few hours there. Makayla also went to waterplay with daddy and down slide a few times (very cold).
- Drove to Glenelg for lunch and run on beach.
- Back to accommodation, some time on ...
... growing region near the Barossa Valley but not the same valley. Reason for going that way was twofold - to see this beautiful area i had been told about, and to catch up with friends from Dongara who were camped there for a few days before heading home. We had a quick chat and then it was close to dark and things got very interesting. I then had to find my way to one cousins place on the outskirts of ...
It is Annie's birthday today, so at her request we headed out on a beautiful cloudless sunny day to the Barossa valley. First we went to Tanunda, which is effectively the capital of the region and had a walk around, although there was not a lot to see. We talked to a very helpful lady in the tourist information ( and we've found they are all very helpful throughout our trip). She told us of the best places to visit, and the restaurant we might like to ...
... girls get on. One swipes a card against the reader. The other feeds coins into a machine in the middle of the tram. We feel a bit guilty about not telling them that the tram is free, but their mums probably wouldn’t like them talking to strangers. Then more people get on …. There’s a tram from Glenelg to downtown Adelaide. It costs $3.20 off peak, unless you’re a senior like one of our group. The machine tells us he will ...
Another hot day in South Australia and an early rise, 5.30am to go off and see the Bottlenose and Common Dolphin.
We arrived at Glenelg, just outside the centre of Adelaide and got parked up. Glenelg is the place to be in Adelaide, with a nice marina, long white sandy beach and hip shops. The boat trip set off just after 7.30am and immediately having boarded the boat we saw a dolphin in the marina. I wondered whether this might ...