Fire Station Inn

Address: 80 Tynte St, North Adelaide, South Australia, 5006, Australia | 4 star inn
 
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This 4 star inn, located on 80 Tynte St, North Adelaide, is near Adelaide Zoo, Migration Museum, Botanic Park, and Adelaide Gaol.
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      A travel blog entry by pjwilton on Dec 31, 2014

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      After the feastings of Xmas, we have some time before we fly back to Darwin on New Year's Day.
      We get to have a great lunch with Barb & Robin. Jeannette has lunch with her sisters and I get to play golf with Dave Magor.
      We have decided not to take part in the New Year's Eve chaos in Adelaide, choosing to go to the first T20 match at the newly renovated Adelaide Oval.
      Steve organised it, and we are joined by ...

      The Grund house is full of lunatics

      A travel blog entry by m.v.grund on Aug 25, 2014

      Wow! The people who live here are total nut jobs!! Mum has been running around the house singing about how I'm a sexy kitten....wtf drugs is she on?! I'm a freaking dog! Is she blind?! I was asleep on my bed and all snugly and warm when the annoying sister came in and plonked herself down on my bed and started talking to me, like I care what she says, I was asleep ...

      Airborne to Adelaide

      A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Apr 01, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Destination 6 – Outback Road Trip Pt. 1

      A travel blog entry by t-dot on Mar 09, 2014

      2 photos

      ... the windows due to the rain we didn't get much sleep from then on. Every hour or so I'd wake up and crawl over the things we had stacked in the front seats (so we could sleep in the back) and turn the car on for a few minutes with the AC blasting to cool us down a bit and give us a bit of fresh air to breath. This is how the night continued until about 6 or 7am when the sun made it's appearance.

      More of our Outback adventure to come.

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      Big day and then rest day...

      A travel blog entry by ktmack on Feb 25, 2014

      6 photos

      ... of something. I’ve been tracking the kilometres on this trip and have been intrigued by how different the measurements between locations are depending on whether you rely on the car odometer, the various road signs or Google maps. None of them match so in the end I rely on the odo reading for how many kms I’ve travelled each day and use the others as a guide. Found a coffee in Port Augusta and just kept going. Hit Adelaide in peak hour traffic but luckily I didn’t ...