Welcome Inn 277

Address: 277 Glen Osmond Road, Frewville, South Australia, 5063, Australia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 277 Glen Osmond Road, Frewville, is near Adelaide Oval, Carrick Hill, Great Southern Rail, and Tandanya, National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Inc..
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      More wineries

      A travel blog entry by langardi on Dec 11, 2014

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      McLaren Vale is the closest wine area to South Adelaide. In the absence of Sue (who is feeling a little poorly with a cold) we ventured with Gary, Gabby and Delilah to a couple of very good wineries. Met with Scott for lunch before some more sampling. Back to Gabby and Scott's place for fish and chips where Heath, Natalie and the kids joined us. Lovely day, hope Sue gets better ...

      Cricket

      A travel blog entry by langardi on Dec 10, 2014

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      ... bringing back the stuff we had just had! We saw a total of 25 overs with Oz continuing to bat, but we witnessed two centuries, a hundred partnership and 408 being reached (Phillip Hughes cap number). Gary swears that he has never known a day like it. I have my doubts. Little ones Spike and Iggy decided not to go to the cricket as they really ...

      Local area

      A travel blog entry by langardi on Dec 08, 2014

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      ... sample of Haigh's chocolates (for later consumption). Little ones Nanny, Grandad and their old friends, now Spike's new friends, went exploring and had a fun day. Grandad and Gary talk about cricket a lot so Spike thought he had better learn more about it. In the evening Gary tried to teach Spike and Iggy about the game because he is an expert. Spike and Iggy slept well that ...

      More mechanical woes at Mt Barker, South Australia

      A travel blog entry by herakleitos1 on Nov 18, 2014

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      ... in order to follow the sport again, the highlight of which consisted in attempting to get 13 people quietly into a -- comparatively -- small caravan in the dead of night and to compose three fractious and tired little boys to sleep.

      After failing to hush the baby, Dr B decided it was best to do a recce of the area and to enable Mrs B to restock the family Penates from the bounty of either a Woolworths or Coles. Leaving the eldest children to put ...

      Reflections from New Zealand

      A travel blog entry by kerrynjones on Nov 05, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... the big ideas of Belonging, Being and Becoming). For example, in one site Maori cultural traditions, ancestors, legends, and sites of significance were at the heart of the curriculum and children’s learning and understanding of these were documented and assessed. Rhythm, rituals and relationships: in many sites the word ‘routine’ had been completely eliminated and in one site there was no staff ‘roster’. Rather than a ...