Adelaide Beaches Holiday Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the city. We board a glass-top boat and glide past the city's impressive waterside facades. We have free time to explore the wondrous architecture before returning to our ship for a Captain's Farewell Dinner. Spare time in Amsterdam..... Visit Ann Frank's ...
... We stopped in Port Augusta to buy some more fruit and vegetables and asked a local where we could buy a nice pie for lunch. He gave us directions, which the children listened to and remembered amazingly well, I wished they listened to me that well!!! We found this little out of the way pie shop and whilst we were having our lunch we were astounded by the queue of about 20 ...
It has been a big term held together with our European trip at the end of it. So last day of term was taken as recreation leave to give me a chance for last minute jobs like mowing the lawns, loading an international roaming SIM on my phone and yes, packing my bag. This trip was planned way back last year and seems to have taken for ever to materialise but at last we are on our ...
... in the Barossa Valley.
It was a beautiful evening in every way, so special to be together and of course it was like we had never been away.
We had a lazy first weekend and spent lots of quality time with Mum and Dad.
The next week we a lot planned........
Firstly a hair appointment for Lee
Breakfast catch up with our darling Sonia
Lunch with our friends Jim and Rose at The Kingston Pub in Gawler
A FAB day out ...
... I sat with my head against the seat in front trying to take calming, nausea easing breathes. So far I think this was closest to barfing I have come on our trip. Our first stop was not a winery but rather a the "Whispering Wall". It was a dam that was built to help manage the water supply in Southern Australia that also had the feature that if you whisper near the wall on one side you can hear it perfectly on the other side of the stone semi-circle dam. ...