Mansions On Pulteney
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Mansions On Pulteney Adelaide
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... and we ventured into the city for a bit of shopping. Not that we need any more stuff! We used the electric train which was a nice way to see the area and coast. However, on the way back an Asian couple were feeling frisky on the train and lots of kids were filming on their phones haha. We got back for a family BBQ where everyone came around and we were introduced. A great end to the day. Everybody is so nice
... she couldn't possibly recommend any officially. We drove straight to the best one, which she couldn't possibly recommend, at a winery called Seppeltsfield. This is the oldest winery in the Barossa valley, but has just been extensively renovated. The 5Km drive to it was lined with mature Palm trees (with red and orange fruit) and had vineyards in autumn colours and Lutheran churches along either side of the road. The main courtyard restaurant ...
... 8216;False expectations appear real’. She also advised me that the more I fly, the easier it will get (I am still waiting for this). I am going to be doing a lot of travelling over the next 3 years – better get a grip girl!
Am going to try to watch a movie now (there are many I would like to see). We are going over the Molucca Sea (my geography is improving). Will check in from Hong Kong. Only 2.5 hrs to go! Wish me smooth flying ...
... It seems like a hotel when you enter the lobby, but the rooms are definitely motel caliber.] It’s a little dumpy, but well within budget and excellent value for the dollar. We knew exactly what we were getting into as we stayed here last time. The ancient plumbing causes the walls to scream and shake wherever anyone takes a shower. It saves the need for setting the alarm.
Super Hot Sunday: With temps surpassing 30 today, ...
... with a new "hitch hiker" (a boy who had failed to realise the lack of buses out of Port Campbell.) We went back on ourselves slightly to see a couple of stops we had missed; The Grotto, a sinkhole you could view through to the sea, and Loch Ard Gorge, an incredible limestone cove with beautiful blue water. On to see the Twelve Apostles, along with half of China. We went down Gibsons steps to view them from the beach watch some very brave surfers. Along the Great ...