Adelaide is the capital of South Australia. It gives me the feeling that it is a city that must come to Australia. The buildings here are very European, but the climate is very warm, the whole city has a profound cultural heritage, and famous universities are everywhere. There are many interesting places around, and you can also buy wines of quality not inferior to that of France. It feels like this is the paradise of Australia, and you can't miss it.
Adelaide is a very comfortable small city, clean and tidy city planning is also well surrounded by green space for citizens to relax and relax. Because the size of the city is very small to go anywhere, it is very convenient for all kinds of Chinese food. In summer, it is also very convenient to go to the seaside and close to the bus to the city directly. In short, it is a very livable city.
Adelaide's autumn is beautiful. It feels like the north of China. It's autumn high and crisp. It's full of trees. Adelaide University, Torrens River and Royal Botanical Garden are all accessible on foot. The towns around Adelaide, such as Handoff and Bridge Water, are beautiful.
Come here, quiet, comfortable and safe, enjoy the slow life here, not necessarily do not need tickets to the attractions is not good. Adelaide has many places to savor. In the city, I like museums in botanical gardens. Outside the city, children like wildlife gardens. It's convenient to go to the seaside in every area, and buses are well developed and punctual. Marion here has an old Beijing supermarket where you can buy Chinese food you want. The golf course here is AUSD 15.
Bill Paul's seafood store in Gouger Street Chinatown has a history of 70 years. Daily selection of the latest local seafood ingredients ensures that diners can taste the original taste of the South Australian Sea. Different from ordinary restaurants, the practice of grilled seafood and fried fish and chips is popular among all walks of life in South Australia. The second store has opened in Noorwood Parade. The shopkeeper is committed to providing the best seafood and service for the majority of diners in Norwood New Store, Address: 218 The Par Adade, Norwood SA 5067 Tel: 08 8333 2633 Chinatown Old Store: Address: 79 Gouger Street, Adelaide SA 5000 Tel: 08 8231 9778
This is the German village of Adelaide. There are several leisure hotels for tourists to choose from. There are famous German roast hooves and beer in the village. There are also many special products such as scarves, rings and leather products for tourists to choose from. It's like going to Germany. It is the preferred destination for tourists from noisy big cities.
Quiet small cities are comfortable, convenient and livable
Small and smart city, want to give up life in Sydney to come here! We can't forget the environment and friendly people.