Stamford Grand Adelaide
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- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
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We left Hahndorf today after a lovely breakfast at The Haus. We were on a mission to get Rhonda some Lofty Hill wine as she tasted some at our first meal and they don't have a cellar door, we went to a bottle shop in Stirling and they didn't have any, we then went past Crafters so I could get a photo of my town. We went to Haighs Chocolate Factory …
... the GPS which i had only used once before and that was to get from Kal to Fraser Range. This was serious stuff and i made no less than 5 stops to re set it so it wouldn't keep taking me back to Clare. Two hours later I arrived at my cousins place. It should have taken an hour. But i arrived and also learnt a lot about gps systems.
The Clare region was beautiful too. Mostly farmland and undulating valleys ...
... she couldn't possibly recommend any officially. We drove straight to the best one, which she couldn't possibly recommend, at a winery called Seppeltsfield. This is the oldest winery in the Barossa valley, but has just been extensively renovated. The 5Km drive to it was lined with mature Palm trees (with red and orange fruit) and had vineyards in autumn colours and Lutheran churches along either side of the road. The main courtyard restaurant ...
So I've missed 3 months of travel up dates. Ended in Mauritius on 27 December then was back in UK for 17 nights which was good but very hectic. Flew to Melbourne on 15th January and stayed with fantastic friends where we have spent a weekend in Sydney and I have been shown round Melbourne and treated to many lovely places. Thanks to the Chapmans ...
... to be chosen. So with some crafty mapping skills and well finding the perfect trailer towing family to ask we landed a perfect spot in the middle of the woods all to ourselves... well until the family that pointed us in the right direction joined. It was the perfect start to our glamping days. We set up "camp" also known as parking the beast, making our bed, and pulling out our table and chairs for dinner (and wine of course). Teaching mom the delights of a ...