16 miles on a cool and misty morning. Hutt St to Wakefield St/Grote St/Sir Donald Bradman Dr. Then Bagot Ave and Henley Beach Rd all the way to the beach. Not many people out yet when I was there.
Adelaide is a great city for seeing traditional Australian architecture. Along Bagot Ave I saw many examples of what I believe is early twentieth century architecture. If wikipedia is to be believed, the house below is a kind of bungalow, but there are variations on this design. Deep verandahs are common, but some of houses have elaborate cast iron filigree work.
On the way home, I stopped along Sir Donald Bradman Dr. at what I discovered was a site sculpture. I’ve passed this place many times over the last five years on my way to and from the airport, but never stopped to examine the structures.
Back through the city, past Central Market, through the center of Victoria Square, and home again.
I could get used to doing rides tourist-style. It’s fun to take a little time to explore some of the interesting and curious things that I would usually just fly by (well, as close as I get to “flying” by). I could have done this without breaking my arm, but you know, I probably wouldn’t have.