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 ...

      More mechanical woes at Mt Barker, South Australia

      A travel blog entry by herakleitos1 on Nov 18, 2014

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      ... ones to bed, Dr B threw the baby into his backpack papoose and pushing an empty stroller (which would serve as a trolley for the bags of ice he intended to get), he accompanied Mrs B to the shops in the dead of night.

      En route we met an amusing Victorian, whom we accosted for directions to the shopping centre. This initiated a strange and protracted interpretative dance that involved the use of all the man's limbs, hands and feet. He seemed incapable of ...

      Once more unto the breach dear friends

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Aug 19, 2014

      ... trying to protect their trade routes to the west.

      Once papal blessing for conversion by the word (or by the sword if necessary) was given, the Baltic saw various European powers vie for a slice of land and the wealth that land offered. The Poles, Danes, Swedes, Germans and Norwegians all made inroads in the area, but by far the biggest and most active crusading contingent in the Baltic was the Order of The Teutonic Knights. Like the more well-known Knights ...

      Another climb thwarted by weather

      A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Jun 30, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... knees and a desire to now be somewhere else entirely. We eventually got back to the lower portions of the walk where the path wound its way through the cypress pine and yacka. And after another 3km we finally made it back to the car just before midday. We pulled out the mini-cereal boxes for lunch along with biccies and muesli bars. Some friendly magpies came and joined us hoping for some spoils. We were finally done and full by ...

      Walking and wine...

      A travel blog entry by lilyloves on Apr 28, 2014

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      Yesterday, we just drove and drove and drove. It was a very long way and I was very, very bored by the time that we got to the campsite.

      Then this morning, we got up early to go on a walk through Alligator Gorge in the Flinders Ranges National Park. The more walks that the grown-up does won't get her used to walking at 8am! That's just for crazy Australian people! But it was quite nice for me ...