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 …
... to...too close if you have run out of food and a kangaroo hasn't run out of want. I did Barb's thing...looked at TripAdvisor and it was the #1 attraction in Adelaide. Recommended if you aren't going on to Kangaroo Island. You'll have to read yesterday's blog to see the photos of the Park.
I have no idea if we will have wi-fi for the next few nights, so if you don't hear from me for a while I really haven't gone AWOL.
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... surprisingly they did have at $14 day/night.
Most of the way there were huge vineyards for various wineries but once again nothing else of note. After checking in at the Hostel I noticed a ‘Free Bike’ sign to tour the city so I thought why not and picked one up and toured round the parks, Chinatown, city shops and checked out ...
... than the Perth one, with tents and fairy lights and Croquet Pavilions and millions of people, everywhere!!!
The comedy show was great, and we both really enjoyed it. We then decided to skip dinner and head straight for coffee and cake at a massive Italian place called Brunetti's.
Overall a great few days spent in Adelaide, with so much more to be seen and to do. We will have to come back and see the rest soon (preferably minus the heat next time!!!)
Monday 9th to Friday13th February Adelaide Adelaide is a city much maligned by Australians but we have thoroughly enjoyed ourselves here. The central area is quite small and the city provides one tram and two free bus routes which loop through it, though it is easy enough to walk. One of our frustrations is that no sooner do we arrive somewhere than we have to start planning where we are going next and how we are going to get there. This we did on Monday. ...