Mount Lofty House

74 Mount Lofty Summit Rd, Crafers, Adelaide Hills, South Australia, 5152, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 74 Mount Lofty Summit Rd, Crafers, is near Cleland Conservation Park, Belair National Park, Belair Park Country Club, and Brownhill Creek Recreation Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Crafers

    Are we there yet?

    A travel blog entry by piholland on Jul 11, 2014

    One thing we have been blessed or cursed with over the last few months is time, lots of time. Maybe in retrospect we finished our Australian leg to early and at the wrong time of year, winter is all around us and we don't feel like really doing much at all, at the moment its all paperwork and dreaming about being somewhere warmer, not something we normally like to do since we finished the daily grind as we would much rather travel in the moment.

    We did however enjoy ...

    The Adventure Begins...

    A travel blog entry by rangabob on Mar 16, 2014

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    ... CBD dealing with unhelpful people and **** shoes. The day improved when we went to Uncle Darryl's for a few sneaky goblets of wine pushing us to a tipsy state. He dropped us off at the airport, we flew to Adelaide and drove back to Port Augusta and finally got to sleep around 1am. Anyway enough ******** has exited my mouth so I will end this entry and begin my new one on our first destination - Dubai. I'm gonna make like a tree and leave ...

    Australia - Day Two - Wildlife

    A travel blog entry by rathouse on Jan 22, 2014

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    ... creatures running around that would come right up to you, potoroos. Very sweet, I was sold on them completely and almost smuggled one out under my arm. Next on the agenda was the koalas, they are much bigger than I imagined, we were allowed to stroke one and learn about them from a keeper. Koala fur is very fine and dense, a bit like soft sheep wool. Then the kangaroo enclosure, where we had a bag of food for them. Getting ...

    Adelaide Notes

    A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Jan 10, 2014

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    I had a day and a half to kick around Adelaide before flying to Tasmania so I started it with a late morning visit to the Central Market for brunch. It is such a cool place . Buskers play music to entertain shoppers or the people hanging out in the cafe's and eateries that are part of the market. I had a sweet potato and spinach frittata with tea and a banana. Delicious.

    After that I wandered ...

    Day 82 - Lost Luggage

    A travel blog entry by costin on Dec 20, 2013

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    ... in the sea for a bit, before Kim decided that she needed to get out because the spray and the sand were hurting her eyes. At the time, I don't think any of us thought too much of it, but by the time we had got home, her eyes had gone puffy and red and looked practically shut. After a quick google, we found an eye cleaning method and hoped that would do the job. After showering, and having a couple of beers, we took the train into Adelaide to meet Ang. They had moved on ...