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Suggestions for celebrating our 2nd marriage anniversary!!!!!

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    Our marriage anniversary is coming this Saturday....n I have no idea where to take my wife.

     

    I have been in Adelaide since July this year and have no idea which would be the best place to celebrate our 2nd marriage anniversary.

     

    Any suggestions???

     

    Regards,

     

    Niketan

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    What sort of place are you looking for? A posh restaurant? The Apothecary in Hindley Street is fantastic - went there for my daughter's 18th. Alternatively head out to one of the wineries... there are loads of lovely ones in the Barossa, Hills, or McLaren Vale. Or the Stamford Grand at Glenelg does a gorgeous high tea - you can much on sandwiches and petit fours as you people watch...

     

    Depends what you like doing as a couple really

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    What sort of place are you looking for? A posh restaurant? The Apothecary in Hindley Street is fantastic - went there for my daughter's 18th. Alternatively head out to one of the wineries... there are loads of lovely ones in the Barossa, Hills, or McLaren Vale. Or the Stamford Grand at Glenelg does a gorgeous high tea - you can much on sandwiches and petit fours as you people watch...

     

    Depends what you like doing as a couple really

    Hi Diane

     

    Whats the apothecary like for food?, ive been in for a drink and its an interesting place.....bet the foods not cheap:biglaugh:

    cheers ian

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    Guest nike10

    Thanks a lot guys for suggestions...I will try one of the things u have mentioned.

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    Guest Jo&Phil

    This is what I like ...............

     

    FOOD - Higher cost but higher quality:

    Jolleys Boathouse - iconic but likely to be busy

    River Cafe / Red Ochre - great views over the Torrens and actually where we were married, so we like it

    Parisi - King Wm Road, Hyde Park - mod Oz/Italian

    Apothocary - intersting food and great wine list but definitely not cheap

    Windy Point - cafe or restaurant - fab views over city

    Stirling Hotel (Mallee Grill) - great food, in the hills

     

    EXPERIENCES - Wine

    Hahndorf Hill Choco Vino - Hahndorf

    Temptation Crusing - swim with dolphins or just watch others clad themselves in flattering wet suits and jump in and out of a catamaran all morning

    D'Arry's Verandah - McLaren Vale - Great food and wine

    Red Poles - McLaren Vale - good food, music on Sundays and art

    The Lane - interesting food and wine in the middle of the vines - Hahndorf/Littlehampton

     

    Have fun!

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    Have a night out in the city.

     

    Book a room in one of the posh hotels in Adelaide (Hilton, Stamford Plaza, Intercontinental, Sebel Playford etc - look on wotif.com for deals), preferably one with a spa/sauna/swimming pool. Check in early, pamper yourselves, or visit the Botanical Gardens or a museum. Then go out for a meal or to the theatre - whatever you fancy. We don't eat out in expensive restaurants very much but the Red Ochre on the Torrens is very nice. Alternatively wander down Gouger St or Rundle St - there are loads of places to eat there.

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