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
... one of the ladies asked where I was from. When I said Hovart, they all chimed up "oh your husband WAS here. He was looking for a sausage." Another lady told me she saw him down on the corner. Another lady said she saw him at the corner walking up the street. What??? How on earth do all these women know Paul!?!?! Was he was the only customer today! Anyway, when I got back to the van he had eaten his sausages and was proceeding to have a ...
... if we could get on the boat, we would stay, and if not, then we would head off on our travels. Everyone was very nice and said all the right things like "oh please stay another night!", especially when I happened to mention, as we were walking back to our van at the end of the night, that we should've brought out our ukuleles! Now they are determined that we will stay!!! We'll see ...
... 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 ...
... 8 k walk all up. Had to cross the river over the first bridge built over the Murray. It was built in 1879 and at the time was the largest steel structure in Australia. Wasn't my favourite walk crossing the bridge. It rattles and shakes when trucks cross it, the footpath is narrow and it's pretty high. Was glad to get off the other side. Back at the van I enjoyed the sunshine after a couple of cool windy days. Just a pleasant breeze ...