Zorros Motel Hahdnorf
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Hahndorf
... all Lemon Meringue Pie for dessert. It was totally yummy - the best one I've ever tasted, and I just hope they will give all of us the recipe - please!!!? I had a sore/stiff shoulder today so darling Jo got me in her van tonight and worked her miracle massage on me. I did yelp a few times (much to Ray's delight - he was hooting and giggling every time I jumped!!!) and hopefully after a Panadol and a good night's sleep, all will be well tomorrow. Wish me ...
... digger hat or poppy).
The drive to the Barossa was stunning with the vines turning red and the deciduous trees so colourful. Every little hamlet seemed to have grape vines growing along the verandah roofline of the shops and historic stone buildings were everywhere.
Knowing our destination was Hahndorf and we would have only a few hours in the Barossa, we decided to drive the tourist route around Tanunda, Angaston and Nuriootpa and visit Yalumba ...
... walk. We chilled out for a while before walking into the village and stopping for a drink at the German Arms Hotel. Gunther was a very nice chap and served me with a nice big stein of German beer which was consumed before we headed to the next pub the Hahndorf Inn, where we had dinner booked. Well, as we were in a German pub I felt it only fitting to sample a few of their ...
... Arnaud and Waracknabeal, and stopped at Lions club Driver Revivor for a stretch break near Dimboola. We had originally planned to stop overnight near Bordertown but as we had left early we were there too early to stop, so we kept going after I ate the banana's I had, and tossed the vegetables in the bin before going into South Australia.
By the time we got to Tailem Bend I was feeling pretty tired and we had ...
As we went to sleep the caravan was buffeted by continuous wind and it was surprising to wake to a still morning with a clear blue sky.
After packing up and a stop in Horsham for fuel, it was onward headed for Murray Bridge.
But the lure of the Wimmera Bakery at Nhill forced us to stop and unlike many places along the way, Nhill provides some specific parking places for caravans along with standard parking for cars in the median strip right in town.