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    Quote Originally Posted by Nasim2 View Post
    Are huggies crawler nappies cheap at Costco?
    No. The best price i have found is the discount pharmacy at munno para. Costco works out the same price as a box at coles/ woolies on special.

    I prefer baby love myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    I can't believe you have to pay membership at Costco.
    That money is an automatic refund policy on all goods no matter how many years after you have bought an item. How many people pay 30 for a 6 year warranty on an item?

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    True.

    Who shops at Myer? Huge sale this weekend. I didn't get to go there today cause hubby got tired and son was running a muck.

    Maybe tomorrow....oh and pumpkin patch also.

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    I did officeworks, petshop, pharmacy and blakes crossing today with dd and im buggered

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    I'm on the Fleurieu Peninsula. So not *in* Adelaide, but about an hour outside it.

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    Hi Adelaide Hubbers!
    DF, 6 month old DS, and I are heading to Adelaide this week for a work conference for me.
    Conference and accommodation is at Glenelg. We will have a car.
    Only there for 2 nights.
    What are some things I can suggest for DF to do with DS while I'm at the conference?
    We're taking his swim nappies and swimmers for the hotel pool. Also paid for a 2pm check out at the hotel so they can stay there longer if they want.
    We will have the pram.
    What should I suggest they do?
    Happy for you to pm me so I don't disrupt your thread!
    TIA

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    @GucciDahling

    In Glenelg there's an arcade type place called the beach house. It has water slides and rides and games and stuff, it is a little bit overpriced but it's a great day out for the little ones! 😊

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    Your DS won't care one whit, but if you are at all partial to chocolate then Bracegirdle's on Jetty Road is a must visit for you and DF. And the beach is lovely too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Your DS won't care one whit, but if you are at all partial to chocolate then Bracegirdle's on Jetty Road is a must visit for you and DF. And the beach is lovely too.
    Oooh yeah! Yuuuuum!
    Copenhagen ice creams are awesome too! 😊

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    For you and DP Sammys on the Marina for awesome seafood or zucca (Greek food and also on the marina) are great!

    Just DONT think the revolving restaurant (top of the world I think it's called) is a good idea. Yeah it spins around and you get amazing views of all of Adelaide and the sea but the food and service is terrible! It could be so much better!

    I sent you a PM too

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