Princes Lodge Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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Sun 3rd Aug - Up early for breakfast at 6am, fruit cereal, yogurt plus great muffins/pastries. Shuttle bus to airport at 6.30 for flight to Adelaide at 7.30. Arrived in Adelaide, collected rental car, navigated to Princes Lodge Motel, Princes Lodge Motel in Lefevre St in central Adelaide. Gorgeous old villas and Victorian mansions. Walked to …
WEATHER................ Breakfast,Lunch and Dinner provided. This is one of the few German cities that wasn't destroyed during World War 2. Is a World Heritage-listed city. BOasts nearly 300 breweries. We have a guided tour of this beautiful city centre. Try a Rauchbier (smoked ...
... he lives for his interests, never trades his time for money and doesn’t understand why everyone is so obsessed with just earning money. Then, in other conversations about random things, I remember one was about my astrophotography, he asked if I can ever make money from it. When I said I didn’t give a **** about making money from it, I do it because every time I see a stellar structure on my computer screen that I made possible, I feel unacceptably grateful to be alive that ...
I woke feeling excited and with mixed emotions. I was beginning to feel that six weeks would be enough time away from the boys and that ten weeks was going to be too long. Too late, it was all booked and our flights were locked in. Still we were off on a Grand Tour of Europe.
We said our goodbyes to Ben, as he had to go to work at 7am.
Sam drove us to the airport. All the way he was threatening to drop us by the side of the road or to by pass the airport so that ...
... so much to see as we wandered!
Over the course of three days we visited the Rundle St Mall, the excellent Museum of South Australia, the University of Adelaide, Govt House and the war memorials, Central Market (for Lucia's Spaghetti & Pizza House, as well as shopping for interesting foods), Chinatown (stumbled upon not one, but two, huge Asian food plazas serving up heaps ...