Adelaide, Barossa Valley

DSC_0015 copyLunch at Fino Restaurant, Day 1DSC_0075 DSC_0044 DSC_0053 DSC_0054 DSC_0058 DSC_0060 DSC_0063

Stonewell Cottages, BarrossaDSC_0097 DSC_0089 DSC_0119 DSC_0106 DSC_0213 DSC_0179

BBQ grilled dinner, Day 1DSC_0172 DSC_0142 DSC_0147 DSC_0160 DSC_0166

Home-cooked Breakfast, Day 2DSC_0201 DSC_0188

Barossa Town, Day 2DSC_0257 DSC_0256 DSC_0238 DSC_0253 DSC_0254 DSC_0265 DSC_0269 DSC_0270DSC_0272 DSC_0281 DSC_0287 DSC_0286 DSC_0296BAROSSA VALLEY,ADELAIDE. Barossa was a beautiful, quiet town with an abundance of wineries(well, practically the whole of Aussie is dotted with wineries), fresh produce, and amazing sceneries. Stonewell cottages was really charming, like a small slightly posh cottage just enough for a family of 4. They provided fresh ingredients which we made full use of for breakfast, and the ducks by the lake were too cute(which we fed breakfast to as well). The BBQ grill was also thoroughly used for 2 nights of home cooked BBQ dinners. It’s really much more convenient to drive down to the markets to get your own ingredients for home cooked meals compared to eating out, and more comfortable as well.

Overall, i’d describe the town to be quiet, slow, and just relaxed. There was no rushing or running anywhere in this town, or in the whole of Adelaide it seems. I might consider retireing here one day, heh. We drove down to McLaren Valley after 2 nights in Barossa, which will be coming up in the next post.

x
Chantelle

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