Tonsley Hotel Motel

1274 South Road, Adelaide, South Australia, 5042, Australia | 4 star motel
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This 4 star motel, located on 1274 South Road, Adelaide, is near Glenelg Pier, The Beachouse, Carrick Hill, and Glenelg Golf Course.
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    We fly to Adelaide and visit the Cleland Park

    A travel blog entry by frankenichols on Jul 21, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... we bought kangaroo food. Then we went into the cafeteria and had a bit of lunch. So, after lunch, Maree started to take us around the park. That's when we came into the kangaroo area. They were amazing. You could walk right up to them and they would eat food right out of your hand. The food was very much like rabbit pellets. They loved to have their tummies scratched as you fed them. I can't even tell you ...

    The wheels are aligned, on the ground and moving

    A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Jul 02, 2014

    1 photo

    Its a Wednesday in Adelaide and the dreariness of low cloud, drizzle and wind yesterday was replaced today by blazing sunshine. But don't mistake that for warmth - like I almost did when I temporarily ventured outside at lunchtime without my jacket. Its still only max 16deg today, which for someone accustomed to Brisbane weather is definitely cold.

    Donna dropped the car off at the mechanic today to get the ...

    Oops, it's been a while

    A travel blog entry by richyb on Jun 11, 2014

    ... was all lush and green, and like that I was learning straight, we fixed that up and now I know how to fix a burst pipe. I seemed to learn so etching new every one of the 90 days I was there. Darren seemed to enjoy teaching me, even if it was well over my head, he has so many stories and they'll stay with me for a long time. The weeks rolled on, I was spending most of my days in the tractor, a giant CAT which could probably pull a small country. I started by just ...

    The Beast

    A travel blog entry by nullarbor2014 on Apr 26, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... nicer :)
    When we started planning this trip, we found little information to help us. The route was easy enough, but what did we need to take? Vegetables or fruit are not allowed past the SA border, so I made healthy bliss balls for when we got hungry, but I doubt they'll be needed until we get bored. We also had all the obvious things like water, petrol, extra tyres, a sheet set (for dodgy hotels), ...

    Playing on the lily-pads!

    A travel blog entry by lilyloves on Apr 18, 2014

    6 photos

    ... to the Botanical Gardens. The gardens were quite big and had lots of different areas. As I have learnt the gardens in Australia are not full of colourful flowers, they hardly have any actually, but quite often have rose gardens.

    The roses in the garden have started to die off, as it is Autumn here, but there will still lots of roses, some of them smelt very lovely. The grown-up ...