Clarion Hotel Soho
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... then got given keys to a room. The room stank, it was terrible. There were bottles and rubbish everywhere, along with the dust on the floor by out bed, not bits of dust, clumps of dust. The pillows, mattress and duvet were stained yellow. To top it off the mattress could only of been made of wood it was that hard. The hostel was terrible.
We got out of there to get fresh air and find and Apple Store so that we could get our ...
... news later that he had somehow survived and was a stable condition. Having seen the speeds that some of the motorbikes and cars were taking on the corners, I imagine they must have to scrape someone off the road at least once a month. Still, an absolutely fabulous cycle. In Adelaide we have decided to treat ourselves and stay in town in the wonderful Adina Apartments Hotel, which is in the former city treasury building. What was a beautiful one bedroom apartment soon ...
... drive by a vital hour for AG.
*Navigator has to work a bit harder than of recent times to get us into Adelaide and find the hotel. We have been quite enjoying the luxury of our glampervan but we soon realise that there is a very serious downside – parking in urban centres is neither easy nor cheap. The van is too high for any underground or multi storey carpark. The angle parking bays in front of the hotel are ...
... the while they are living in tin roofed huts obviously without aircon. It makes you rather glad that we live in the 21st century where there is ample aircon in the car. Not that we need it, like the previous days the day temperature remains in the low 20s. Long trousers and sweaters most of the time.
With the mine experience behind us, we travel a little further west over the scenic route that takes us back towards the Prairie Hotel. But well ...
We left Port Agusta at 645am got the early start by conning the kids with Maccas for breakfast. We got diesel and hit the road towards Adelaide. The north wind was literally blowing us into town down the highway and we arrived in Adelaide at 1045am. It was a hot sunny day so we walked down to glenelg to get lunch which we thought was just down from the caravan park but it was about 6-7km round trip along the beach ...