The Pretoria Hotel

Address: 50 Randell Street, Mannum, South Australia, 5238, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 50 Randell Street, Mannum.
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    Travel Blogs from Mannum

    Mannum and Mannum Waterfall

    A travel blog entry by andytolley on Jan 25, 2015

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    ... Mannum since then.

    We visited Mannum on Long Weekend (the reference Aussie's use to describe a bank holiday weekend) and as a result the place was heaving with activity. It's the place to be if you have a boat and are interested in water sports. It's also the central point to rent a house boat from - a fully operational house that can be driven like a car - and as long as you have a car licence you ...

    Staying Local & Murray River

    A travel blog entry by retrotripper on Nov 28, 2014

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    ... smoked fish for a chowder. On Wenesday, Ian gave us a lift to Samuels Gorge with the bikes in the back of the Ute. We then cycled back via the winery there and Chapel Hill, Coriole ( met Velvet ) with a lovely old English Garden and Arango for lunch and coffee. We managed to put quite a bit of wine away! I think that's how I came to fall off my bike on the cycle ride home! Kath cooked meatballs in a lovely sauce and ...

    First night on the Prince's Highway

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Nov 21, 2014

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    ... and take off out of there. Instead, however, we went to sleep and hoped that RD was not required.

    Decided to do a bit of research today on the Prince's Highway and why it was so named. It is on Wikipedia for those interested. A basic rundown is that it was named Prince's after the visit of the Prince of Wales in 1920. Have a read of this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princes_Hi ghway if you are interested further.

    Allan has ...

    The Bunyip.. Is it real or is it a myth?

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Sep 16, 2014

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    ... Murray Bridge's claim to fame, of sorts, is paddle steamers. There are a number of them that sank in the river, signs along the riverfront advise where. Not sure why so many sank, but it may be worth thinking twice before getting on one!

    We did however want to see one, so ventured further up the river to the town of Mannum. Only we were on the wrong side of the river. The sat nav kept telling us to turn around and go back. Fortunately ...

    Hahndorf, Adelaide, Goolwa, Victor Harbour

    A travel blog entry by raw_prawn on May 02, 2014

    ... be in Hahndorf for Mothers Day, and to give Monika a chance to recover. 10-May-2014 ---------------- Pepper and I did the Jupiter Creek Gold Mine Trail, with Kim Soltoggio from Perth. What a great walk! It was a great bush walk with lots of mine shafts and history. 11-May-2014 (Mothers Day) --------------------------------- We started the day with a buffet breakfast at the Hahndorf Inn, which was disappointing. The range was limited, and the quality poor. ...