Adelaide Beaches Holiday Villas

Address: 17 Seaview Rd, West Beach, South Australia, 5024, Australia | Villa
 
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This villa, located on 17 Seaview Rd, West Beach, is near Glenelg Tram, Grange, Royal Adelaide Golf Club, and Museum of Childhood.
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      Fun with our Adelaide family...and other stuff

      A travel blog entry by dnaoliver on Feb 23, 2015

      9 photos

      ... time out to get the tail light fixed to make the vehicle legal before leaving Adelaide. The bumper bar can wait till we get back at Christmas time!

      Our Adelaide family, Maily, Tim, Karin, Lily and Dexter, visited us most days after work. Lily and Dexter made friends with the children from the van opposite and also with a few other kids while playing on the big jumping pillow.
      On Thursday night we went to ...

      Gut im Verkaufen / Good in selling things

      A travel blog entry by diekleine on Nov 10, 2014

      23 photos

      ... war seeeehr klein und dann sah man da halt Kreise auf dem Fels. Vielleicht hatte sich irgendwann mal ein 8 jähriger Junge einen Scherz erlaubt und Kreise in den Fels graviert. Im Endeffekt würden wir die Flinders Ranges also nicht empfehlen, auch wenn die Landschaft ganz nett ist, mehr aber auch nicht. Und somit machten wir uns auf den Weg nach Adelaide. Wir passierten riesige Getreidefelder und Weideflächen, es sah beinah europäisch aus. Die Straßen waren wesentlich stärker befahren ...

      Flinders Ranges

      A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Oct 24, 2014

      1 comment, 61 photos

      ... gumtrees and assorted understory. It is visible as we drive into the park that it receives a lot more rain than what we’ve seen further north evidenced by the many trees of noticable size. Perhaps this area was so steep that no one actually bothered to cut the trees for timber given the obious age of the trees beyond the colonisation period. The road into the park is an experience as well. It is sealed, but when it was built there was little consideration ...

      Australia this is the end

      A travel blog entry by piholland on Aug 30, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... like home or a comfortable pair of jeans, it just fits.

      Jill is a football fanatic, while we enjoy watching the odd match you can never really get under the skin of a sport you don’y fully understand or were brought up with. The end of the season for the Adelaide crows has been intense, if they can make the top eight they will make the final knockout stage. Jill is a massive fan and we have been watching every crows game and every other game that ...

      Clinging to the past

      A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Jul 07, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... I am amazed at how much it reminds me of London. There are not the crowds one associates with London but the architecture is a mix of modern eclectic designs alongside old art deco and sandstone buildings. This was definitely not a convict town and the wealth and status of this community shows through the prominence of it's original buildings. Representing the whos who of the ...

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