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Guest Libby1971

A lovely day out...

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    Guest Libby1971

    Hello all

     

    If you fancy a lovely day out, then I heartily recommend Port Adelaide. Many thanks to Mr and Mrs Muppetbro for the suggestion.

     

    We popped up there yesterday. Lunch on a river cruise dolphin spotting in lovely sunshine.

     

    After that, we had a good rummage around in the market next door which has stacks of stalls of bric a brac plus face painting, portraits etc. We found an old map of Oxfordshire which now has pride of place in our study.

     

    Libby

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    Guest dglamoore

    sounds like a good day out - will have to have a go at that ourselves in the holidays :D

     

    Lisa:wubclub:

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    Guest Guzzler&Sas

    we love it there too ... good shot Libby!

    Did you go up the little lighthouse? That was fun with our two!!!

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    Guest Libby1971

    Hi Sas

     

    No we didn't. We got there later in the day than I had wanted (eldest ws preening!).

     

    We have to go back as there was so much other stuff there that I wanted to do. The markets reminded me of the sorts of places my grandmother used to take me off to and we used to have the most marvellous rummage around. I can't wait to get rummaging again! All I had time to do was look and of course buy Oxfordshire :jiggy:.

     

    Libby

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    Guest donna T

    Hi Libby

     

    Sounds like a great day out - did you have to book the dolphin cruise or could you just turn up? Would I be alright taking my two little tearaways with me?

    See you soon

     

    Donna

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    Guest Libby1971

    It was simple - there were 2 booths, each one a different company, offering cruises up and down the river for either $3.00 or $3.50 pp (more if having lunch). We bought tickets then for the next cruise about a half hour later. Some people were buying their tickets as other people were getting on the boat.

     

    It was really lovely Donna and I think your two would like it.

     

    Libby

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    Guest Rob and Clare

    You can also do the cruise on the steam tug for just $5. They're both great days out...

     

    Rob and Clare

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