Regal Park Motor Inn

Address: 44 Barton Terrace East, North Adelaide, South Australia, 5006, Australia | 4 star motel
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This 4 star motel, located on 44 Barton Terrace East, North Adelaide, is near Adelaide Zoo, Migration Museum, Adelaide Gaol, and Adelaide Festival Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from North Adelaide

    Bosco's footy trip

    A travel blog entry by m.v.grund on Aug 24, 2014

    ... m the one people want to talk to when we go out and I abhor sharing the limelight, but since I'm such an awesome boy, I decided to let her tag along. So after Mum made sure that Michael had all his gear and then checking with him again just in case, Michael put my collar and leash on way too early, I swear to God he does it on purpose just to tease me. Mum took me outside and had to fix my collar because Michael never puts it on right, we hopped in the car ...

    Airport adventures (4th-6th June)

    A travel blog entry by matt.stevie on Jun 04, 2014

    5 photos

    ... a half before getting our flight sorted. This line was a tad more entertaining though. A few people kept trying to cut the line and because everyone was tired and sick of being messed around, everyone got really mad. It was rather funny seeing people all but get on their knees and beg to be let in the front of the line. In the end we ended up getting accommodation at the Hilton hotel at the airport and they booked us another flight the next morning. It was a long day ...

    Melbourne to Adelaide via the Great Ocean Road

    A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Mar 18, 2014

    3 comments, 37 photos

    ... Island

    After three days in Melbourne we drove to Phillip Island to visit the fairy penguins and koala bears. Koala bears sleep about 20 hours a day and spend the rest of their time eating leaves. We arrived at the Koala Conservation Centre, stared up into the trees while the koalas stared back at us. That was it. They are cute. They don't move around much. End of koala viewing story.

    The penguins on the other hand, ...

    Big day and then rest day...

    A travel blog entry by ktmack on Feb 25, 2014

    6 photos

    ... a brief history of the hotel – see photo. Reading it reminded me so much of the letters my great uncle Dick used to send to us from his adventures! He often ‘praised the lord’ for granting him small miracles every day. How I wish some of those letters had survived the ravages of time and a tropical atmosphere! His travelling caravan is in the Darwin Aviation Museum – it’s a converted airplane fuselage! A man of many talents… After leaving Coober ...

    From Mount Gambia to Glenelg

    A travel blog entry by kevinsullivan on Jan 29, 2014

    ... and the Coorong national Park, the last time we were up here. So we decided to take the Riddoch Highway to Keith then onto the Dukes Highway to Tailem Bend, the M1 towards Adelaide and finally the A5 into Glenelg where we were staying for two nights at the Comfort Inn, that overlooks the Yacht Mooring Quays....We initially stopped in a shady spot adjacent a community swimming lake in Naracoorte for our lunch. We'd. been ...