Princes Lodge Motel
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- Free parking
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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 …
... where we stop for a lunch snack and some backpack campgrounds along the way to break the monotonous slog downhill. My knees are holding up pretty well with all the walks we do so far. But if there is one thing that they are not happy with it is a continuous gradual downhill, and as we move along I can feel some pain starting to rise. Steep downhill, or ups and downs, no problem, but please not this. Unfortunately, this is what it is.
When we reach the bottom ...
... as us. They were all so busy being "friends" and chatting that we couldn't hear a thing and were just rammed in like sardines.
In our efforts to save a few dollars we had to follow the same route back to the airport we took on the way in, tram, another tram, train then bus. It was a great experience though when everything was so easy to follow and with frequent services. When we got to the airport we had some credit left on our MiKi (like Oyster cards) and we tried to pass ...
... information about Singapore. We were shown the major sites, and then were allowed to go to into the Park. This precinct was absolutely packed!! Everyone was here to photograph the sites - the MerLion and the impressive Marina Bay Sands buildings. We had half an hour here (with the warning of if we missed the bus, then we had to make it back to the aiport on our own!). The time went so quickly! Too soon, we were ...
... a billiard table with nothing growing higher than about half a metre.
The next town ??? that we stopped at was COOK . Used to be a water and coal stop and accommodation for the engine drivers when the steam trains ran across, now just a stop for diesel. Used to have a hospital, tennis courts, swimming pool, school and store, population over 200 --- Now it is a ghost town with population 5.