Country Comfort Adelaide
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Would recommend this. Sandwiched between 2 larger hotels and evidently run by the Chifley next door (as that's the reception used) this motel is convenient if you're doing a road trip. Park the car at the door. Easy access to CBD, walk a few blocks or drive. Comfortable beds, clean facilities and reasonable value for money
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Fog, fog and more fog. Our plane is currently sitting in Sydney whilst we sit in Adelaide. Heavy fog has delayed its arrival to Adelaide. We have gone through security with each one of us handling our own departure cards, passports and entry. You are never too young to learn how to travel independently! There is little to no shopping in the …
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Yesterday started our trip. Heading towards Adelaide. Nearly ran out of fuel. Got into Horsham with only 2kms till empty. White knuckle experience. Stopped at culburra for the night. Only one other person at rest stop. Was tony marsen. John used to work with him. He knew johns dad really we'll and had a photo ...