Majestic Tynte Street Apartments

82 Tynte St, Adelaide, South Australia, 5006, Australia | 4 star hotel
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Airborne to Adelaide

A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw


... dry at the time) (the stream, not the winery!), Bethany, Chateau Tundra (with its stunning architecture) and Maggie Beer's restaurant (an Australian TV personality famous for her cooking shows). There we sampled pheasant and mushroom pâté, warm terrine, goat cheese, freekeh salad and home-made jams. We moved on to Wolf Blass that had just renovated its premises with modern architecture which looked uninviting. However they ...


A travel blog entry by hendos


... It's ridiculous!!!! Anyway what was meant to be a quick trip ended up being away for the rest of the afternoon �� by the time we got around to heading home it was time to pick up the car.

So our trip to Adelaide hasn't been a very good own and a very frustrating start to our trip.

We are both looking forward to the next part of the trip heading down towards Mount Gambier and onwards to Melbourne. ...

The Heritage Trail

A travel blog entry by jennynbob

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... Ocean and walked out to Granite Island. There is a horse drawn tram that takes people out there but it was on its last trip for the day. That was ok as the walk out did us good. On leaving there we went via Yankalilla, driving around a reservoir which was between these really high hills. Glad we didn't have the van on or it could have been a bit awkward getting around those sharp bends and steep inclines and declines. It was 6pm before we got back to the caravan park. What a great ...

Driving the Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by spicerrtw


... Warrnambool but this didn't appeal to us so we travelled on to Port Fairy for the night and found accommodation there.

Sunday 16 February

Drove to Portland for breakfast - it was good but so busy and only one cook that it took nearly an hour to get bacon and egg on muffins.

We went on to Bridgewater Cove - a renowned seal colony where we were assured by the lady in the Tourist Info office and by the booklets that there were anything from 650 - ...

The visit to Ozz ;)

A travel blog entry by missywanderlust


... like stone henge (no I was not stoned. The are pictures to prove it) and a pretty cool free open air concert. It seemed half Sydney was out and about with picknick blankets,food and drinks to enjoy the fun in the open air. Weird for me there was barely any security around. When I went home at 12 it was obvious why: cause they were not needed. All went peaceful and civilized. If I hadn't noticed by now I was now fully convinced of the niceness of the Ozzy. The next day we walked ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on 82 Tynte St, Adelaide, is near Adelaide Zoo, Migration Museum, Botanic Park, and Adelaide Festival Centre.
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