Flinders Lodge

Address: 27 Dequetteville Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, 5067, Australia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by johnlynette on Jun 23, 2016

WEATHER................ Breakfast,Lunch and Dinner supplied. Today the day is at Leisure. We have already seen Schonbrunn Palace so could further explore Vienna's Hofburg area-home to the furnished Imperial Apartments which were the winter residence of the former imperial family. The Sisi Museum and the Silver Collection. The Imperial Treasury. Spanish Riding School. City Palace in Vienna.(APT ...

Adelaide, Kangaroo Island, Adelaide

A travel blog entry by wellsmans on Nov 03, 2015

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... are spared even down to sunrise/sunset times in each city. The following day & a half were spent sightseeing in Adelaide, the museum to look at the beautiful aboriginal culture & history, a few bus trips (organised by you know who), the Adelaide Oval, the botanical gardens which were spectacular and a fantastic daily food market. We then took a taxi to the airport to catch our flight to Melbourne, the capital of coffee culture we're ...

Day 190

A travel blog entry by nimazali on Oct 27, 2015

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... had great prices and wasn't busy at all and then jumped on a free bus. It took us through to North Adelaide which had some really nice, expensive looking old houses. ...

England & Dubai

A travel blog entry by farmersmart on Aug 21, 2015

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... a while after they dropped us in Bakewell. When we got back to Derby, we had to wait for half an hour for the bus to Heanor. We were pleased to get home that night, as it had been a long & tiring day, but very enjoyable.

My friend & I caught a bus to Langley Mill, the closest railway station & I caught a train to Nottingham. From there I caught a train to Tamworth, which went first to Derby, so I might as well have caught a ...

Days 24 & 25 - Going home!

A travel blog entry by romney39 on May 03, 2015

... place to sit, eat and have wifi access.

We had a Cathay Pacific flight from Hong Kong direct to Adelaide. I have to say I was a bit disappointed in Cathay. The food was the worst out of the three airlines we flew with this trip, and the planes seemed older. I had heard such good things - albeit generally about business class - so was surprised.

Our trip had one more small drama before it was done. For the first time ...