Comfort Hotel Adelaide
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I was so early for school that I even had time to grab Starbucks. I got to school and no issue getting in and was ready for my first class. So my first class were seniors and there were only 8 total in the class, but only like 6 were in class today. I took half of the class and we just chatted and by chatting, I mean one boy talked and two girls didn't answer much. I had an hour break after my first class, which was cool, but I didn't ...
... what direction of travel you needed to go, and what stations to change at. We confidently navigated the maze of lines and stations without much bother. Map.me allowed for easy navigation on the streets. With turn by turn instructions and hundreds of businesses saved we found everything we needed plus some! >> Good shoes and plasters - the city is spread out for MILES! Pack a good set of walking shoes and ...
... were not good enough to win the championship lol. It was super chill, I was in charge of taking pictures, and I helped sell food. It was just amazing. Afterwards, it took a while to clean up and lug all the extra things back, but i got home, pretty dirty, exhausted, but very happy. I can't help but think if i had gone camping back home and not in this foreign country, i would've not liked it as much (perhaps I've become less high maintenance... gasps.)
... This was a great start. Next came the amuse bouche which was melon and almonds red currants, crispy bacon, delicious, light and elegant on a beautiful plate. A glass of 2012 Vouvray. First entree we all had was smoked eel with beetroot. Very pretty and the beetroot a perfect foil for the eel. Perfect flavours and so pretty. Second entree was an onion dish, I'll never look at onion the same way, it was sensational. Intense flavours and a light white onion mixture on the ...
... the walk very easy. But is still a good hike up the champs past the grand palace to the Arc. Way bigger than I expected. We go underground and pop up in the centre and watch the traffic dance before us. Back underground and time to head home. Two choices await us. Walk the 5.6km back to the hotel or buy a hop on hop off bus ticket. By now we have clock up about 15km walking, feet are hurting and we are both tired. We figure it's around an hour and a half ...