Buxton Manor

69-73 Buxton Street, North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 69-73 Buxton Street, North Adelaide, is near Migration Museum, Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide Gaol, and Bonython Park.
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    A travel blog entry by pjwilton on Dec 31, 2014

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    After the feastings of Xmas, we have some time before we fly back to Darwin on New Year's Day.
    We get to have a great lunch with Barb & Robin. Jeannette has lunch with her sisters and I get to play golf with Dave Magor.
    We have decided not to take part in the New Year's Eve chaos in Adelaide, choosing to go to the first T20 match at the newly renovated Adelaide Oval.
    Steve organised it, and we are joined by ...

    Think I should be a holiday planner!

    A travel blog entry by glares.travels on Apr 05, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... Beach) about 2.30 to be greeted with another welcome reward for my meticulous planning. It is absolutely perfect, with views of the ocean and tasteful touches of beach house shabby chic. Our wonderful hosts had provided a McLaren Vale shiraz, as well as organic fairtrade coffee, milk and juice, a loaf of light rye from the local bakery, real butter (in a cute-as crystal dish with a lid) and Berenberg strawberry jam ...

    Big day and then rest day...

    A travel blog entry by ktmack on Feb 25, 2014

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    ... of something. I’ve been tracking the kilometres on this trip and have been intrigued by how different the measurements between locations are depending on whether you rely on the car odometer, the various road signs or Google maps. None of them match so in the end I rely on the odo reading for how many kms I’ve travelled each day and use the others as a guide. Found a coffee in Port Augusta and just kept going. Hit Adelaide in peak hour traffic but luckily I didn’t ...

    A round trip to the Barossa Valley

    A travel blog entry by wendy.gardiner on Jan 31, 2014

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    ... we’ve visited several times before. It was well worth the walk in the sun as we saw 3 Kookaburas in the trees as well as a parrot and some cockatiels, but it was very hot by now.

    Next stop was the Bakery in Lyndoch for the statutory meat pie as that was all that was left in the store as by now it was almost 2.30 by the time we left it was even hotter. The plan was then to drive on through Williamstown and Kersbrook on route back to Salisbury ...

    Off to the cricket.

    A travel blog entry by wendy.gardiner on Jan 26, 2014

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    ... out and then Root and Morgan, then in true English form Root was out for 55 after a reckless shot we were then moving along slowly until Bopara was judged as out after a long look by the 3rd Umpire and we eventually lost the match by 5 runs, still it was an exciting finish.

    While at the cricket Chris was also checking the Tennis and we were all shocked to hear that Nadel had lost in the final. ...