By the time we arrived at Adelaide Wright Lodge, Beijing time was close to six o'clock and Adelaide time was more than seven o'clock. Adelaide was already very late and the lanterns were coming up. After dinner, at about 7:30, referring to Adelaide time, go for a tour of Victoria Square. Victoria Square is the center of Adelaide City. It's next to Chinatown. It has Victoria R.I statues, fountains, fountains, stage for performances, large lawns, and lanes that pass through the middle of the square. The square is surrounded by good buildings. To Adelaide, not to Victoria Square, not to Adelaide.
Adelaide Victoria Square is the largest public square in the center of the city. In the middle of the square, there is a music light fountain with spires. It is very beautiful to leave lights at night. The square is surrounded by some government departments. High-rise buildings are the absolute city center of Adelaide. You can use this as a starting point to go to various scenic spots in Adelaide.
In Australia's big cities, there are almost Victoria Square, which may be the tradition of the Commonwealth. Adelaide's Victoria Square is also very large, and the central Victoria fountain is the focus of the whole square. Around the square are Adelaide's government offices, as well as some large shopping malls and hotels. He is the center of the whole city of Adelaide, busy and busy every day.
Nearby is the market, Chinatown, and free light rail seats.
Architecture in a very prosperous area is very distinctive in both ancient and modern buildings.
Now happening at Victoria Square-Santos Down Under event in Adelaide...
On sunny mornings, teasing pigeons in Victoria Square is a pleasant thing to do. Christmas is still a month away. The Christmas tree in front of Victoria Square makes me feel the Christmas atmosphere in a foreign country ahead of time. Compared with the tradition of domestic Christmas = Consumer's Day, Christmas is quiet here. Christmas should be a holiday spent with family.