Comfort Inn on Marion

Address: 540 Marion Rd, Marion, South Australia, 5038, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 540 Marion Rd, Marion, is near Adelaide Central Market, Glenelg Pier, The Beachouse, and Great Southern Rail.
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    Last day in Adelaide

    A travel blog entry by marilyna on Jul 14, 2014

    ... Australian, some not. It was cold in there although marginally warmer than it was outside. It is quite a impressive building and it was pleasant to wander around in. We found a Davidsons plum tree complete with fruit, and even a ripe plum on the ground nearby.

    We wandered down some more paths and found a building with a sign that said, Diggers' Shop. How exciting, it was the Diggers that Paul gets his seeds etc from, so Paul and Mum were able to buy a few things in there. ...

    Love the furry friends...

    A travel blog entry by lilyloves on Apr 30, 2014

    8 photos

    ... talking to the lady grown-up who looks after the koala for a long time and I tried to talk to Stephen, but he just kept eating lots and ignoring me, that wasn't very kind.

    We also saw some dingos, which I have seen already. They are wild dogs, but they are very fluffy and the grown-up keeper said that even some dingos in the wild and nice and fluffy, but grown-ups and children shouldn't try to stroke them as they might not ...

    Another suitcase in, Evita)

    A travel blog entry by hugoanddenis on Mar 01, 2014

    45 photos

    ... big area in Brisbane/Melbourne? Or even more pretentiously, "OH, this feels like Vienna, no?" Yes, I know how it sounds but it's true - the mind grasps for things it already knows in an attempt to impose order or predictability..

    The other think I've come to understand about long-term travel is that you don't have to achieve anything on any given day. Sometimes just having tea, finding cheaper groceries, ...

    Adelaide Hills, City and McLaren Vale

    A travel blog entry by johnnox5 on Jan 19, 2014

    27 photos

    Still forecast to be 40 we decided to head to the hills hoping it would be a little cooler. We started at Mt Lofty (Adelaides version of Mt Cootha) which was a nice spot for a coffee and some planning with a view. From here we decided to go to Hahndorf, a small 'German' town in the hills. It was quite cute and we spent a fair bit of time checking out all the shops and pigging out on German sausages. After Hahndorf we had to visit one winery, it wasn't planned ...

    Great Ocean Road Day 3: Nelson to Adelaide

    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Jan 18, 2014

    4 photos

    ... at all as we headed north to Kingston S.E., and then barely anything whatsoever after that. The geography of the area changed once again to barren scrubland, devoid even of the cattle farms we'd passed thus far. Salt pans started to spring up, and the air took on a pungent aroma. The land was incredibly flat, and we stopped once or twice to take photos. For the rest of the time Ethal bombed along as fast as her wheels could take her, as we clockwatched ...