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Published: February 3rd 2015
Flew in from Brisbane this morning. Checked in, dropped our bags and found Central Market. Great selection of fresh fruit veg meat bread, you name it, it's here! Huge plates of lamb and chicken gyros 😊 think we are going to love Adelaide.
Had a wander late afternoon and sat in Waiyu Yarta Park just south of the Central Market area. Very peaceful.
Wednesday 4th Feb: public transport is free in the city and North Adelaide areas so we hopped on a bus from the centre and headed over the river padding the new cricket oval and into some of the older suberbs around Hill St, Gover St and Wellington Square. Nice old style houses with tin roofed verandas. Then walked along Torrens River, along part of War Memorial Drive and down King William Road to the government buildings and museums on North Terrace.
Thursday 5th Feb: took the tram ride out to Glenelg on the coast. Nice little seaside town where The Queen & Prince Philip docked the Britainnia on their tours in 1977 and 1987. Some nice old traditional buildings. Lovely clean beaches. Watched a beach handball competition, soaked up some rays then headed back to Adelaide
Central Market bread
Every kind of bread and pastry imaginable
for our last night.
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