Aurora Ozone Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAurora Ozone Hotel Kingscote
If you stay there, try to get one of the refurbished rooms in the main building or an executive room in the building across the road. the executive rooms are spacious, modern and clean. avoid pool side family rooms. they are crap. dirty, ugly, crap! we were lucky that ashley from reception was so helpful and changed our booking. very bad first impression. too bad, otherwise we would have given them 4 stars.
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Travel Blogs from Kingscote
We took the unusual step and loaded our car up on a car ferry and headed across the sea to Kangaroo Island for a couple of days.
It was a scary thing to do, hoping like hell that there was sufficient room for our car, glad we opted to leave the caravan behind.
We started our venture of the island by making our way to Kingscote to …
Up at 6am for checkout and cab to get us Airport by 7am. All smooth as we arrive Hertz depot and pick up Nissan Pulsar ...another automatic. We head out on the right road via clearway which get us well on the way before reverting to smaller roads.We arrive ferry terminal around 9.15 for 10 am departure and 1hour crossing. Arrive Kangaroo Island and …
... then turned south to Goolwa and Victor Harbour, before finally getting to Cape Jervis, our 'home' for three days. The holiday unit we had booked via Living Social was great, a little cabin with two bedrooms, kitchen, dining & living area, and a porch with patio furniture for enjoying the sunset views and sighting the beautiful pink & white ...
... body or the head.
Today was the coming out party for the new GoPro camera. I have some fun footage now - just need to learn how to make a good clip from it all.
Of course Cricket was still on when we got back and we saw that the Aussies only needed 184 for the win - easy. They prevailed too.
We were warned today as I started a fire - making at least the main room nice.
Early to bed as the sun and outdoor adventures have left us sore and ...
... tap, was as a wide as the insert on a bic biro. The water droplets that finally made it to the shower head must have celebrated all the way to the top of my dry bonce. Bugger me it added a new dimension to showering or more fondly remembered as dashing around under the shower head wondering what was going on. The zebra patterned shower curtain should have been a hint but I thought it was in keeping with the farm ...