Adelaide Motel & Backpackers

Address: 262 Hindley St, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000, Australia | 2 star hostel
 
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This 2 star hostel, located on 262 Hindley St, Adelaide, is near Adelaide Botanic Garden, Adelaide Central Market, Adelaide Gaol, and Ayers Historic House.
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    Travel Blogs from Adelaide

    Day 3. PRAGUE

    A travel blog entry by johnlynette on Jun 19, 2016

    WEATHER............ Breakfast only provided today. Arrange lunch book to go to a traditional folklore dinner. Having become familiar with the layout of Prague, we have a day of leisure to design our time as best suits us for the day. Our Travelmarvel Tour Director will be delighted to assist in planning ...

    Adelaide.... family & friends and then Victoria !

    A travel blog entry by rascals on Feb 06, 2015

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    ... beautiful niece Shavaun's 21st birthday which was during the week.
    HOT night and an so much fun, relaxed, happy, catching up with so many people we love and enjoy.
    It was a perfectly run night by my gorgeous brother and sis Kelv and Sharyn ( Shav's Mum and

    Dad ).
    It wasn't too late a night which was good as we had a date with our four grandchildren at Scott and Alice's home the next afternoon. It was so special to be with my children and ...

    Adelaide Day 3: Happy Australia Day!

    A travel blog entry by kas19 on Jan 26, 2015

    ... I sat with my head against the seat in front trying to take calming, nausea easing breathes. So far I think this was closest to barfing I have come on our trip. Our first stop was not a winery but rather a the "Whispering Wall". It was a dam that was built to help manage the water supply in Southern Australia that also had the feature that if you whisper near the wall on one side you can hear it perfectly on the other side of the stone semi-circle dam. ...

    Local area

    A travel blog entry by langardi on Dec 08, 2014

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    ... sample of Haigh's chocolates (for later consumption). Little ones Nanny, Grandad and their old friends, now Spike's new friends, went exploring and had a fun day. Grandad and Gary talk about cricket a lot so Spike thought he had better learn more about it. In the evening Gary tried to teach Spike and Iggy about the game because he is an expert. Spike and Iggy slept well that ...

    Flinders Ranges

    A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Oct 24, 2014

    1 comment, 61 photos

    ... but it is Australia, and not Germany hence the confusing language mix.

    Our first Barossa destination is Tanunda, which we reach via the Seppeltsfield Road. The Seppeltsfield Road is named after the Seppelt family who owned this part of the valley a long time ago. The Seppelt Winery is still there. What makes this road a bit special is that a long time ago someone planted palmtrees along both sides. These palms have grown big and now this road is an ...