Angas Regent Apartments

Address: 177 Angas Street, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000, Australia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 177 Angas Street, Adelaide, is near Rundle Mall, Adelaide Oval, Haigh's Chocolates, and Beehive Corner Building.
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Travel Blogs from Adelaide

Gooseberry Hill Farm and Market

A travel blog entry by emmaandcraig on Jan 17, 2015

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... came pouring in. The vegetable stall directly in front of us was totally mobbed, the cafe started firing up the morning breakfasts and the market was in full swing. Geoff assured me that no one buys flowers first thing so our first sell would come a bit later on.

Eventually they did and they we relatively steady. I made a few sales myself, even giving advice on how to grow kitchen herbs having never grown any myself. By the end of the day, ...

Blowing hot and cold!

A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Jan 04, 2015

5 comments, 63 photos

... better - every cappuccino has needed an extra shot or two. Nothing changed at the D&M bakery when it came to the coffee but this time we had vanilla slices as they were supposedly the best around. Yes they were good - but nothing like the wonderful mille feuille made by Patisserie Valerie.

On our drive south from the lovely wineries the smell of the bush fires was really evident and it was inevitable that we were going to be diverted at some point in the day. ...

First ever Supanova!

A travel blog entry by traveleatrepeat on Nov 23, 2014

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... meet him.
- The Phelps Twins - I'm not going to lie, I nearly cried but I didn't. It was amazing to meet two lovely people from Harry Potter.


The bus ride up was horrendous because these two women kept touching my hair and annoying me, but wouldn't let me lay back on my seat, but coming home on the plane was great. ...

Day 44-46: The Barossa & Adelaide

A travel blog entry by nicandrog on Nov 14, 2014

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Day 44 This was another full day of driving with the aim of getting to the Barossa by the evening. There were a lot of emu's on this road which we have found to be quite unpredictable and so we proceeded with caution. The road goes passed a lot of lakes, however due to the dry weather here all that is left is salt and so this was quite a different sight driving with salt lakes on either side. The road houses are getting no less dodgy here with a guy in front of ...

Mellow in the Barossa Valley

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Nov 03, 2014

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*We then drive to one of the major Barossa towns, Agaston and find a cheese shop producing on site. Pate, cheese, crackers and fresh salad - sounds perfect for lunch. We park up at the Jacob's Creek visitor centre and, in the comfort of our glampervan, have lunch.

*No s******ing please from our wine buff friends. We do not intend to buy any Jacob's Creek. But we do want a photo opportunity of the vineyard that ...

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