Adelaide Royal Coach
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the most irresistible chocolate biscuit it says on the package and we were told so by Hugo..you remember our 6' 8" guide in Melbourne. We have bought Tim Tam Double Coat..so all is right with the world.
But not quite I hear. Richard and my breaking news tells me that there was a bad fire in the port in Vancouver which affected a large area...downtown over to Burnaby. Gary and I hope all are ok...Gill, Garth...Wayne?
It felt like a long time since we had been in a city but today we had reached Adelaide! Expecting to find a carpark style caravan park we were pleasantly surprised when we arrived in one of the most picturesque camping spots we’d seen so far and only a 10 minute bus journey into the city! Just bordering the Hills of Belair (don’t worry we are still in Australia, although it did strike a remarkable resemblance to the Hollywood Hills) we ...
Arrived Adelaide on Friday 6th Feb - Staying Mum and Dad at Walkley Heights
We are finally here - we haven't seen family ( apart from Melanie and Louise which was fabulous ) since Christmas 2013 so lots of emotions when we arrived at Mums.
Everyone came to Mum and Dad's for dinner on the first night ( except my sister Karen and partner Craig and as Ryan was playing sport he was excused !! and missed my hugs ;-).) AND grandchildren Oli and Owen ...
... explored. Unfortunately or fortunately depending on whose opinion you wanted we only had time for a little snack and a coffee. Next we arrived at the Peter Lehmann winery where we tasted several more wines before sitting down to a charcuterie board lunch. Stuffed on cheese and well..mostly cheese for me we wandered through massive Eucalyptus trees to the Langmeil Vineyard to discover the oldest and thickest Shiraz vines in the world. These suckers were ...
... take a while as they are very scared about having a repeat of Cane Toad - which was brought in to deal with beetles in crops but inadvertently has caused massive ecological damage to the native species of Australia.
We went through to arrivals and were met with beaming smiles and hugs from Brian, Mandy and Dean. Brian had to get off to work but Mandy and Dean took us back to ...