Econo Lodge Kingston

Address: 3 Princes Highway, Kingston Se, South Australia, 5275, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 3 Princes Highway, Kingston Se.
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    Travel Blogs from Kingston Se

    Great Ocean Road Day 1

    A travel blog entry by codie on Jan 08, 2015

    52 photos

    ... Corolla I'd book, but a similar car, being a Suzuki Kizashi. I had to ask if it was the same size as I'd never heard of it before, apparently it was. She then explained that I'd got the pack with Apollo that reduced the excess, to $1100 for a crash or $2500 for a single vehicle accident, not great, but ah well I though. She then said that because I was under 25 they tacked on an extra $2500 to each! Shocking.
    She gave me a piece of paper to show the damage ...

    Monarto Open Plain Zoo.

    A travel blog entry by moffatsoztrip on Dec 27, 2014

    6 photos

    ... which allow the animals a lot more space to live and be as natural as possible. The motto of this Monarto Zoo was 'Helping Save Animals From Extinction' so we already thought it was the way forward of thinking about the benefits of zoos. We were mkved around the zoo in small buses with commentary from volunteer ...

    Day 121 Lucindale SA.

    A travel blog entry by terro12 on Oct 18, 2014

    ... makes and models ranging from Caterpillar, Fordson and John Deere. One of the curators started a caterpillar tracked vehicle of 1937 vintage and took it for a spin round the yard. Brilliant! We then went to the railway shed with a couple of vintage cars and a beaut horse drawn buggy. Two rail wagons from the broad gauge were outside with various pieces of equipment in them. Over the way to the narrow gauge station. They have moved this quite a long way from its ...

    Day 119 Lucindale SA

    A travel blog entry by terro12 on Oct 16, 2014

    ... hub was good. We had a couple of beers and a lot of chat with lots of people. Dinner was a simple affair. A slow cooked sausage hot pot with mash potatoes. Very bloody lovely. Tonight we went to a sing-a-long in the hub. Stayed until 9:30pm but it was getting cold and people were leaving. Back home turned the heater on and settled in for a while before bed. Another great day, this one not so hectic. No photos ...

    Day 106. Lucindale

    A travel blog entry by geomaz on Oct 12, 2014

    7 photos

    ... jelly, along with a couple of vanilla slices and some goodies for lunch. Stopped by the Hufer's van for a cuppa, then we had lunch and spent the rest of the day watching Bathurst, in between wandering about, chatting and generally doing nothing. Happy Hour crowd is getting bigger, and as most of the vans are now here, it is good to see old faces and meet new ones, luckily there is a large undercover area, as by Happy Hour time it is getting quite ...