Atlantic Tower Motor Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Sandra's, and that was goodbye. We were pretty surprised at that because we thought we'd have a few more days with her, but that was it. We made our way back to Glenelg, and had a bit of a reflect on the last few days. None of us were very hungry, and we didn't feel like going out again, so we had tea and toast for dinner. We were glad that we were able to go on the Cockle Train, and it had been a good trip, even if the end of the day was disappointing and a bit ...
... Paul and I went for a walk around the Marina and along the lake. There is an old Glenelg tram and an old sailing ship in the park. There were two guide dog puppies having their first training day and we enjoyed watching them. Further on we saw two dolphins in the lake right next to the walking path. We walked back through some of the streets near the marina - lots of huge houses and many big boats.
... to buy their pie for lunch!!! A very busy little shop. Back in the car and the children did some school work, watched some movies and were really good travellers. We arrived in Adelaide and it was freezing, raining and blowing a gale!!! The children jumped on the jumping pillow for a little while but quickly decided it was better in the recreation room!!! I decided it was far ...
I've just been told off by Cheryl when I told her I had put a picture of her bungalow on the blog. She says it is a house. I told her it hasn't got an upstairs so must be a bungalow. Bit funny these Australians. Visited the Gorge Wildlife Park, Cudlee Creek today. Moira's ambition was to hold a Koala and you could do that here at no extra cost. That's a bonus. It was ...
... s just stomach rumbles. It’s getting late and we’ve forgotten to stop for lunch. Look. That sign says there’s a beach café down this road. We find the café and, surprise surprise, they serve really great fish and chips. Two of us swap out the chips for salad. Two of us don’t. All of us are happy.
Roll forward. We’ve finished the coastal drive to Victor Harbor and swapped the rugged windswept coast for ...