I had planned a fairly easy day today.

First was a visit to the National Wine Centre.  This is located quite close to the CBD in the Botanic Gardens.

The centre has self-guided walk with lots of sign boards explaining the history of the wine industry as well as stories of the people that have been involved over the years.

Back to the CBD and I wanted to look at the Adelaide Railway Station building.  This is another sight I had been told to do.  I know why!!  It is a grand old building with towering ceilings and ornate decorations. With its large curved glass walls at each end it reminded me of Grand Central Station you see in the American movies

From there we caught a tram all the way to Glenelg.  The tram takes about 40 minutes. We had a lovely lunch overlooking the ocean at the Pier Hotel before walking past a water park that has a waterslide winding in and out of a building

Further along we stopped and had a look through the Town Hall museum that has displays all about the history of Glenelg.  Glenelg was always a summer holiday place for the wealthy business men of Adelaide with many building elaborate holiday houses there.

We caught the tram back to Rundle Mall, bought some lamb chops and veges and had a nice dinner in the unit.