Comfort Inn Scottys

Address: 1 Nottage Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, 3081, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1 Nottage Terrace, Adelaide, is near Adelaide Zoo, Migration Museum, Galway Bay, and Botanic Park.
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Adelaide - Port Noarlunga

A travel blog entry by andytolley on Feb 06, 2015

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... like Nemo's!) and various other fish.

We eventually returned from the reef, no shark incidents. We had Aussie fish and chips (Butterfish in Aus, its not the same as cod or haddock - a bit too fishy tasting) and we left the beach and returned home.

We had a few beers in the pool and then a few more beers with Dean and Sophie in the evening (out of the pool). A nice day, apart from the death of the camera!


Blowing hot and cold!

A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Jan 04, 2015

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... enjoy but it was just too wet and windy. There's always a silver lining and due to the horrible weather we were finally able to enjoy a few games of "********". Thank you Juliet and Simon for introducing us to this most marvellous card game - I gather from one of the Swedes on our Vietnam tour that this is a well known game in Scandinavia - maybe with a different name however!

It was a slightly better day on the weather front when we left Apollo Bay, but that's ...


A travel blog entry by akroundtheworld on Dec 29, 2014

Lovely morning at Botanic gardens, interesting trees and flowers and birds. Had a guided tour, she was keen to show us how they are trying to cope with climate change, lack of water. Also how aborigines used trees for water. For instance the bottle tree, trunk shaped like a bottle, bark is green, if drought happens- tree sheds leaves in 2 days and green bark continues photosynthesis , and can cut hole in bark ...

Day 44-46: The Barossa & Adelaide

A travel blog entry by nicandrog on Nov 14, 2014

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... a boutique brewery called Prancing Pony for Roger to finally get a beer or two. We were then visiting an old work colleague of Nic's where we had a great home cooked meal and a nice relaxing night and a proper bed. Day 46 Back into Adelaide this morning for breakfast with another previous work colleague at a great little french cafe. And if we weren't already full from that he took us to another cafe for a 'cronut', half donut, half croissant. They change the ...

Flinders Ranges

A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Oct 24, 2014

1 comment, 61 photos

... gear explodes out of the car and soon enough we are all set for a leisurely afternoon and evening, ready for another luxury night in our fantastic rooftop tent.

Clare is a lively little town that forms the centre of the Clare Valley. Clare Valley is one of the older wine regions of Australia with the first wineries established by German settlers around the 1840s. Given the relatively cool climate (??? - it is still sweltering hot and spring has only ...