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Adelaide. The city of churches, the city of light. And the city of 'do you need some help?' the friendliest people ever.
Let me give you an example. We arrive at the airport on our flight from Perth, heading into the city and at the bus stop we're not sure if it's classed as peak time or not, which determines which ticket we need to buy …
... spot for lunch. I had earlier walked around the wonderful Central Market to pick up some things to feast on. A traditional market, located on the edge of Chinatown, it has a thriving and busy atmosphere, with stalls selling fruit and veg, cheeses, meats, fish, bread, coffee beans and all that you could want from a produce market. This would be a regular shopping haunt if I were to live in Adelaide. So it was here that I picked up a couple of beautiful ...
Hi Mates. Sorry we weren't able to get a posting up yesterday. Combo of wonky connection issues and general tiredness. So, here we are in Adelaide in the sweltering south of Australia. We got in last night about 900pm local time and stayed at a Crowne Plaza in the heart of the city. We spent our last day on Hammo searching for a couple of bags that we could offload some of our contents into so we don't ...
... in these circumstances, there really was nothing else to do except sit back watch it all go past! My flight home was due at half past ten at night on Wednesday, so after the conclusion of the cricket (well before lunch of course!) I had two days to fill up with Adelaide's touristy highlights. I spent the days dawdling around slowly, checking things out, including the botanical gardens, the zoo (they had a panda which I was tempted to go and see, but ...
Sunday was spent doing the mundane chores such as washing, changing the UHF antenna and manufacturing a strap for the 12volt relay that had broken it's support in the Silverado engine bay. The relay shuts off the 12volt power to the van fridge when the ignition is turned off.
Monday saw us going to Port Adelaide and visiting the Maritime and Aviation Museums. Both places were very interesting. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsiStay Precinct Adelaide
it's a very nice apartment with everything u need.
stayed there for 4 nights.
Was upgraded to a 2 bedroom apartment instead of the 1-bedroom that had been booked by the tour agency.
Best part is the cooking facilities with all the utensils provided. So it helped us to save quite a lot by cooking our dinner at home.
Location is just at the centre of all the attractions. Easily identifiable if we kind of lost our way.
Super near to the Central bus station where we need to be there by 9am everyday.
Staffs are very friendly and approachale too.
The only downside of it is that we keep hearing someone outside trying to open our door. We got scared and kept checking on the door. Unable to sleep for almost 2 nights.
Other than that, this place is just fabulous. Will go back again if we go Adelaide again.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.