Stamford Grand Adelaide
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Craig would use the lift to send cold beer up to his brother Nigel who was drywalling.
We watched the sunset on his master deck while a massive lightning storm came up over the horizon. It seemed apocalyptic. Over the next hour and a half 80,000 lighting strikes (according to the paper the next day) hit the ocean as it drew closer and closer to us. We could see an ocean liner far off on the horizon with its entire side lit up by lightning against the otherwise dark, ...
... a Branford new TV and he has decided to give this new one to me and John, which we don't really want but there is no way I am going to leave it for Lena to have....she has had more than enough from him to date. I know that is mean spirited but why should she get everything when she has done precious little for him. Enough about that I am not going to waste my time on this. My excitement is growing about my trip ...
... First Aid Kit, loo paper, wet-ones, etc etc.
We stopped twice, once in Avoca for lunch, and once In Keith for fuel, which led to a debate about how many people are named Keith, in Keith. The car is getting about 700kms to a tank and sits on about 1800rpm.
Arrived in Adelaide at 6pm - totalling 9 hours, including the two stops and taking it easy. Quite a few highway patrol cars and distance ...
... On a set of stairs at the end of the footbridge, an elderly East Indian gentleman almost lost his balance climbing a set of stairs and his frail wife was barely able to keep him from falling over. So I offered an arm and asked him if I could help him to the top. It is rewarding when such a simple gesture is received with such gratitude. On the south side of the foot bridge were the parliament buildings (a stunning sandstone building), a central ...
... doors the choice wasn't easy! We thought we'd try a larger winery so we started at Rosemount, then visited Chapel Hill and Wirra Wirra - we had a lovely time with friendly staff, yummy wine and beautiful scenery. We then headed to the coast and spent some time at Christies Beach including another huge fun playground for the kids :)
After dinner on the water at Brighton, it was time to go home and pack up. Goodbye beautiful Adelaide, it's been fun.