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

      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 ...

      Bosco's annual checkup

      A travel blog entry by m.v.grund on Aug 26, 2014

      1 comment

      ... let alone on the same page! She made me walk a really long way!! When I got home I was so exhausted that I went straight to sleep until that nice Sam girl gave me my dinner, then I crashed again, it's so exhausting being me! I'm thinking if I hide tomorrow she might not be able to make me go for a walk and then I can sleep in peace. Also she'd better stop calling me a 'chunky monkey' which is really hurtful and it makes me sad ...

      Airborne to Adelaide

      A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Apr 01, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... of wine on the patio. It rained that night but we didn't hear it. All very civilized. The next morning they drove us 1 hour north to the Barossa Valley, an area famous for its wine, and made a short side trip to the whispering wall, a curved concrete river dam where one could whisper on one side, and another could hear the secret on the other side. The 36 metre high dam acted as a pair of parabolic reflectors. We visited ...

      Destination 6 – Outback Road Trip Pt. 1

      A travel blog entry by t-dot on Mar 09, 2014

      2 photos

      ... about how hard it is to find camping near Adelaide and took the easy way out, sleeping in a Target parking lot in town. This was a pretty miserable night as it was disgustingly hot in the car and one of the times we opened the windows to let some air in we also let in a mosquito, then later in the night the wind picked up and a rain storm rolled in. Now that we were trapped in the car with a mosquito we couldn't seem to locate and unable ...

      Big day and then rest day...

      A travel blog entry by ktmack on Feb 25, 2014

      6 photos

      ... but my first thought had nothing to do with road safety! Along with some more amazingly sized eagles there was a small mob of Emus after Pimba (yes, mob is the correct collective noun for emus – thank you Anthony). And every now and thenI got an incredible view of one or other of the salt lakes that dot the landscape down to Port Augusta. If you look closely at the video of Lake Hart you’ll see the odd fly cross the screen! I really wanted to stop every few kms to ...