Adelaide Airport Motel
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Nothing changed here same as the last time we stayed. Not flash but very convenient with shuttle to airport and car parking.
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... No top ups either! Good service means a bloke shouldn't have to ask (..beg!) for a drink. They should be pouring it down your throat. Emirates service is slipping badly.
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