Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Currie
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I took this picture of a bright orange full moon at dawn because I was awake already. By 5am I was a total basket case. I think I slept 4 hours at the most. In addition to the crashing, banging and lurching, a howling wind joined the chorus at around 3:30 in the morning.
We pulled into the station in Adelaide at 7am, so there was just a …
Arrived in the early afternoon. Our hotel is central. We took a walk around to get our bearings. There are a lot of nice buildings and monuments. The Adelaide Oval stadium is very close to the centre and is currently being redeveloped to increase capacity. Dinner at Paul's Fish cafe.
A much chillier day. We walked down to the river and to the Botanic Gardens where we visited the Zoo. Highlights included wallabies/kangaroos, wombats and the Giant Pandas - Funi and Wang wang. The Panda story seems similar to that at Edinburgh - no little bears on the way! . When the rain started we headed for the city centre and a welcome bowl of …
... timed it better if we tried. Sat and had coffee and a chat with them and once they headed off to board we went to the Qantas Club for thirty minutes.
Then it was onto the plane for Adelaide and the hour flight home. We touched down to sunny skies but cool weather and were soon zooming along Kensington Road to home.
Always good to be back in our own place. It had been a pleasant trip, especially renewing our friendship with Peter.
Overnight flight into Adelaide. We arrived pretty well on time at 5am. As usual we can't do things the easy way... I was rejected by the "automatic passport machine" and had to go through the manual check ( they think it's because my glasses were different to my passport photo, so note to self, no glasses for next photo) AND then ...