East Park Lodge

341 Angus Street, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000, Australia | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located on 341 Angus Street, Adelaide, is near Rundle Mall, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide Oval, and Great Southern Rail.
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    Adelaide

    A travel blog entry by marilyna on Jul 12, 2014

    We woke to a calmer day although still very cold, but the wind had dropped. We wandered down to one of the Marina cafés and had some breakfast, croissants and a panini with scrambled egg, not very impressive but the coffee was good. Later we set off in the car for Adelaide Zoo to see the pandas. Adelaide is an easy city to get around in and we found parking in Plane Tree Drive near the zoo. We watched the macaw flying around and I tried to take some photos ...

    Trifle and Pain

    A travel blog entry by d.thorpe on Jun 30, 2014

    ... went surprisingly well considering, and then I drove Sarah's car back to hers and plodded the 10k back to Di's on foot. Took me about 2 hours in total but it really did me some good. Obviously there's the exercise and fitness benefit, but it filled up my otherwise empty day and gave me some time to really think and get things together in my head.
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    Adelaide & Kangaroo Island

    A travel blog entry by hamburgtogo on May 09, 2014

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    ... wallabies, many colourful birds and even our first echidna. A great character of an ancient life form. It's like an (German word Igel). With its long hard nose he was always in the ground and snifing for food. It was great to watch him for a moment. He also did not took to much notice of us. It seemed he had his food searching program and did not care about the rest. Realy nice character. At night we heard a loud roaming noice, a bit sceary. Some weeks later, we learned ...

    Airborne to Adelaide

    A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Apr 01, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... 300 year old gum tree. Next we visited Seppelt's, established in 1875 and known for its ports; they still have some dating back to the 1800s. One litre of 1914 port sold that day for 10,000$. They had a jam factory a leather shop, and a modern glass display. On a hill nearby was the family mausoleum. That evening, back in Adelaide, we shared our thirty first wedding anniversary with Brian and Jane at an upscale Indian restaurant ...

    Cat Patrols and Fireman's Poles

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Mar 27, 2014

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    With just a few days left in Oz, we managed to secure one last house sit looking after some cats for the weekend. We met Dave and Vicky and were blown away to find that we would be staying in a beautiful house with the most awesome sea views and even a swimming pool. We had three cats to look after and I was pretty much in heaven. We had Dharma the 2 year old male Bengal Cat, his sister Indy and their older much wiser and more mature step sister Clover ...

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