The Playford Adelaide
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Playford Adelaide
We have loved it here- great position on North Terrace, just along from the museums and close to everything. Our bathroom light was not working and the electricians were there in a flash to put it right. There is a lovely pool in the basement and gym if required. The bar is good and with Happy Hour very reasonable. We did not partake of the breakfast buffet which was rather expensive at $34 each. Would definitely stay here again.
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Well, I guess it was time for a ****** day. I left the ignition on my bike on last night and even tho we caught it after an hour or so, and started the bike before dinner, it was stone dead when I went to start it this morning. Thanks to a boost from the folks at the Kookaburra we got on our way, but not before basically dismantled both of our …
No pics today Guys as didn't take the iPad out- felt it may melt! The SA Museum was a great place to visit- a bit like the Natural HistoryMuseum- and we were lucky enough to arrive just as the daily complimentary tour was about to begin. Can't remember the chap's name who conducted it but he was so enthusiastic and knowledgeable about his subject- …
... are we going to put it? The drive to the next winery is along a very scenic little road that winds its way along the edge of the valley. It is winding and up and down, narrow, lined with magnificent gumtrees and racks of vines stretching away in all directions. The next winery is another rather old one, with the cellar door located in an old cottage. They have a restaurant doing copious lunches, but it is already way past lunchtime, so we stick to sampling some of ...
... be long. the people who do not want to talk sit in their chair and read or knit or sleep. One young guy, who I think is a backpacker tells me, no, he is going home to Alice Springs, has been visiting his grandmother in Adelaide who is dying of cancer, so he is not up to friendly chats and closes himself off of the rest of us and sleeps for most of the 25 hours we travel. He gets a bit anxious sometimes, the trip is far too long for him, too much ...
... a nice long walk and generally feeling sorry for myself in my pathetic state of fitness. Saturday was the 4th birthday party of the century, starring our very own diva little miss Tayah Stribling. Sarah and Fletch did a great job turning the family lounge in to a disco for the kids, there was a lot of party food, sweets and home made trifle courtesy of auntie Marianne (it seems like regardless of where we are in the world, the extended Thorpe family always ...