I regret that I only stayed at Grail Beach for one night. Although I could see the sea all the way from Ocean Road, Grail's beach was white and delicate, the sea was blue, and the seaside dining bar was complete. It was suitable for vacation and leisure. Early in the morning, I went to the trestle to catch crabs. Unfortunately, I had bad luck that day. I didn't catch any crabs. Many dogs come to swim on the beach. What a lovely thing! When I picked up the shells, the puppy came and hugged my legs. The dog was so good that he never barked. Some of them shivered when they came up from the sea and stayed by their owners.
Tram on the ground tram can go straight to Glenelg beach. It's about 20 minutes'drive. It's Adelaide's more commercially developed beach. When you get off the tram, you can see a tropical palm tree. It's very Southern Ocean. You can walk in the water on Glenelg beach. It's suggested to watch the sunset in the evening. A yellow egg yellow goes directly into the sea. It's good to render the colorful clouds and brakes. Look.
Grail Beach is Adelaide's urban beach. It is located at the eastern end of Victoria Square and begins with the Independent Monument. The whole beach is very clean, although the water is not very blue, but very clear, and the buildings on the coast against each other, very beautiful.
The sea water is a little dirty. Maybe it's because we live in construction.