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Tuesday November 4 2014. *Our hotel, the Adabco Boutique Hotel on Wakefield Street is not a bad option. ) but this hotel also provides its guests with facilities normally associated with self catering accommodation. On each floor there is a large kitchen and on the ground floor is a guest laundry. At 135$ (75£) for a city hotel with breakfast, we feel it is a good find. *In order to do some sightseeing around Adelaide, we need to park the van legally – we have identified one car park where there are no height restrictions. We pay 28$ for the peace of mind that no traffic warden can fine us. *But it is a good location for walking to the River Torrens, the Oval Cricket Ground and the city museums along North Terrace. We intend to use the two free bus routes that traverse the city. We like places that offer free transport for visitors and residents alike. *The other reason to congratulate Adelaide is that it operates a free wifi zone in its city centre. How civilised and such a welcome surprise to travellers like us, weary and frustrated by the lack of internet connectivity in many of the places we have so far visited in Oz. . *First we choose to visit the Oval cricket ground on the... SA people are justifiably proud of the magnificent stadium that stands centrally in the city, adjacent to the river. A ladies team is training and ground maintenance staff are hard at work preparing for a match this weekend. *Smartly dressed men and women are arriving at the main entrance to attend one of the many Melbourne Cup bashes that are held throughout the country today. Always the first Tuesday in November, the big race starts at 2 p. m. It would seem the whole country will stop to watch. *We read the next day that the race favourite has a fatal heart attack and that another horse is spooked by a flag, breaks a leg and has to be put down. *Inside the stadium there is a museum dedicated to Australia's greatest cricketer, Sir Don Bradman. Even SG has heard of him – he played for Australia between 1928 -48 and when in his last match he was out for a duck, his batting average went down in history as 99. 94 runs per innings. Had he scored just 4 more runs, his batting average would have been an astonishing 100 runs per innings. Born in 1908 in New South Wales, he moved to Adelaide in 1934 and spent the rest of his life there. He is Adelaide’s most famous of sons. There is a bronze statue of him outside the ground. There is no name plaque, which strikes us as slightly odd. But maybe a legend such as Bradman requires no name plaque. He once famously said: ‘I was never coached, I was never told how to hold the bat’. *The Oval Cricket Ground was first established by the city fathers in the 1870’s. The first time England played in Adelaide was 1874 when W. G. Grace led his team to victory. Again, even SG has heard of his name. Ladies and smokers were allocated their own small seating structures in 1895. Nowadays it is a multi event venue hosting both national and intenational events. *The first museum we visit is the Migration museum which is on Kintore Ave, just behind North Terrace. Entry is free and by Aussie standards ( that we have seen to date ) the museum is well displayed and informative. It tells the story of migrants from the early 1800’s through to the modern day. Australia is still a magnet for people from all over the world who wish to find a better life or who are escaping religious or political persecution. All migrant groups are invited to contribute and tell their story. For now SG is interested mainly in the early European settlers of SA. Here are a few interesting facts:. *SA is the most German of Australian states. Pre World War 1 , 10 % of the population could claim German heritage. The outbreak of hostilities meant that German and Austrian immigrants were viewed with growing suspicion and mistrust. As already mentioned, (Day 125 / Sunday Drive in SA ) German sounding names were changed and many citizens were rounded up and imprisoned, initially on Kangaroo Island and then subsequently in NSW prisons. *In 1834 SA was established as a British province. In fact the Kaurna tribe had been around the Adelaide area for 10000’s years.

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Colonial Wrought Iron
Colonial Wrought Iron
Published by Skipjack Press, Inc. 1999
ISBN 1879535165,9781879535169
244 pages

"Colonial Wrought Iron" is the authoritative reference of forged iron of the colonial period in America. For the historian, artist, and collector alike this survey will document yesterday and inspire tomorrow. This book shows the wrought iron collection of James C. Sorber in 505 descriptive black-and-white photographs, many of which depict multiple items. The photographs have explanatory captions and dimensions. These items are grouped under five categories: hearth and kitchen, domestic items, tools, hardware, and the Conestoga wagon. The text explains the characteristics and the conditions of the period in which the iron was forged. Readers with an interest in early American wrought iron can be grateful that Sorber has shared his incredible collection of iron masterpieces. Although...

Domesticity in Colonial India
Domesticity in Colonial India
Published by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2004
ISBN 9780742577350,074257735X
256 pages

Domesticity in Colonial India offers a trenchant analysis of the impact of imperialism on the personal, familial, and daily structures of colonized people's lives. Exploring the 'intimacies of empire,' Judith E. Walsh traces changing Indian gender relations and the social reconstructions of the late nineteenth century. She sets both in the global context of a transnationally defined discourse on domesticity and in the Indian context of changing family relations and redefinitions of daily and domestic life. By the 1880s, Hindu domestic life and its most intimate relationships had become contested ground. For urban, middle-class Indians, the Hindu woman was at the center of a debate over colonial modernity and traditional home and family life. This book sets this debate within the context...

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Colonial Hot Buttered Rum
Ingredients:brown sugar, butter, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, rum, salt, water

Colonial Raspberry Shrub Drink Recipe
Ingredients:ice, raspberries, sugar, cider vinegar, club soda

America's Test Kitchen Hot Sour Soup
Ingredients:bamboo shoots, black vinegar, pork chops, chili oil, water, cornstarch, eggs, tofu, shiitake mushroom, chicken broth, green onion, soy sauce, dark sesame oil, white pepper

California Pizza Kitchen's Dakota Smashed Pea & Barley Soup
Ingredients:barley, carrot, celery, chicken broth, garlic, green onion, lemon juice, onions, parsley, salt, split peas, sugar, thyme, water, water, white pepper

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Colonial kitchen, 19th-century schoolroom ... Chatham’s twin light, period furniture, tools, glass, china and art in the galleries, and gift shop featuring nautical items, jewelry, toys and books. $6, $3 students ages 7-18, children age 6 under free.

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Today, she has won the war and eagerly displays the new, modern kitchen, which contrasts with the rest of the couple's seven-bedroom stone Colonial Revival dwelling ... cabinets attach to the walls. Dishes, utensils, and almost everything else are stored ...

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This Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Colonial home was in need of a kitchen remodel to that stayed true to the style of the home while blending in with the other recent updates made to the home. The previous kitchen had a broken stove, inefficient storage ...

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