Buxton Manor

Address: 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 Gaol, Adelaide Festival Centre, and Bonython Park.
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    Travel Blogs from North Adelaide

    The last van day and hello Adelaide

    A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on Apr 27, 2015

    8 photos

    ... and a look around. I don't know why because there was nothing there of note. It was then a straight drive to the Maui depot to drop off the van. I went to the airport, a 10 min walk away, to pick up a hire car. We were a little early to arrive at Mike & Sabine's so we drove up to Windy Point which offers views over the whole of Adelaide below. And so after a lovely meal and copious quantities of wine supplied by generous hosts it was of to ...

    City bound

    A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 29, 2015

    5 photos

    ... 18 C at best, so it was a bit of a shock, but actually very nice when you got used to it. Anyway enough of this frivolity we are now in Adelaide. Settled into our hotel, that has original artwork in each room. Ours is a bit on the scary side but then it will be behind us while we sleep, so maybe it will be OK. We have been for a walk along the River Torrens, which was fine except for all the joggers and cyclists working up ...

    Day 2 - Ballarat to Adelaide

    A travel blog entry by fourdaws on Dec 10, 2014

    21 photos

    ... like last time, but no, this time it was an "honesty system" where you deposit it into a roadside bin, so needless to say our remaining lettuce and tomatoes snuck through to SA...

    There were very black clouds building in front of us, and shortly afterwards at the town of Keith, the heavens opened, and it just got heavier and heavier for the next few hours.

    The driving was great through the wheat belt, with huge silos and mountains of excess grain under ...

    Flinders Ranges

    A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Oct 24, 2014

    1 comment, 61 photos

    ... gumtrees and assorted understory. It is visible as we drive into the park that it receives a lot more rain than what we’ve seen further north evidenced by the many trees of noticable size. Perhaps this area was so steep that no one actually bothered to cut the trees for timber given the obious age of the trees beyond the colonisation period. The road into the park is an experience as well. It is sealed, but when it was built there was little consideration ...

    Day 149 Port Wakefield -- Adelaide

    A travel blog entry by kiwik on Oct 08, 2014

    Av easy days drive of just 100 klm to Adelaide. It mainly through the market gardens area. And. Some wine growers Adelaide really. Is a beautiful city,so many trees and gardens.and some beaut old homes. In afternoon went out to Waterfall gully for a look and walk ...