Princes Lodge Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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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 …
... but I started out from the torn out pages of Juanita's Lonely Planet.
"Gary did you know South Australia (SA) is the driest state on the driest continent? And that South Australia was declared a province in 1836 when the first settlers arrived. And listen up, surprise, Adelaide is named after the wife of the British Monarch William IV. And the South Australians are happy to tell us that they were never a convict society." Obviously ...
... we left we spotted signs for ‘Lofty’s Lookout’ which is part of the Lofty Mountain Range and decided to take a quick detour to get an aerial view of Adelaide. The scenery seemed to capture everything we had experienced of Adelaide, the rolling hills, the city and the sea. Yes, this was a nice end to our time here.
Little did we know the scenery that day was set to get even better! Leaving ...
... size and pace. The city centre is easy to explore on foot - but given the predicted 40' / 102' temp - not sure how much "out and about" I'll be doing??! The dock is a 30 minute ride into the city centre...so will be mindful of that on the second day here. Despite my 'chastising' myself for my Sydney 'escapade' - I found myself in Melbourne ( pronounced "Mel-bun") on the bus in rush hour -- but because it was somehow ...
... Gardens which were the same standard as any other pretty gardens - but with Black Swans, Cockatoos, Corella's and Galah's. It all sounds very exotic, but out in Australia the Parrot type birds are a menance, ruining crops and generally being uncouth.
We passed back through some of the trendy bits of central Adelaide and made our way to Adelaide Market to soak up the atmosphere and find some bargains, before returning home.