Adelaide Old Terraces

26 Blackburn Street, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000, Australia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Adelaide

The Beaniebuns go home...Part One.

A travel blog entry by beaniebuns


We awoke this morning at 6am. There was little time to finish packing and to get ourselves to the bus stop, but we managed like travel pros. Upon our arrival at Adelaide Airport we checked in for our flight and made a beeline to the nearest cafe for breakfast. Let this be a warning to anyone planning a trip to Australia: Australia doesn't do coffee. At least not drinkable coffee. Two sips and that was enough! After still needing our thirst to be ...

Australia - Day Four -Broadsword calling Danny Boy

A travel blog entry by rathouse


... makes the most amazing warbling noise, not like the harsh clack of the British jackdaw. Not too many song birds about except in the hills. There, the most common bird seems to be the 'superb fairy wren', the males of which are black with electric blue neck and head. The sand dunes by the beach have a lot of 'stumpies', very big black rather ugly lizards but are harmless. The area around Adelaide has 10/10 of the most venomous snakes in Australia but luckily we didn't stumble across ...

Our move to Blackwood

A travel blog entry by wendy.gardiner


... was given for you to drive back down the hill. The boys were pleased as they got free ice cream, books, and a notebook and we all got a bottle of water. Fortunately we weren’t stuck there long and we were soon on our way again, but on our way down we did see some smoke but no fires. The Gardiner luck struck again, apparently it was the first time in 10years that the park had had to close. We will need ...

Summing up Adelaide

A travel blog entry by mel.jackson2013


... made my way to Cafe de Vili's for the dreaded night shift!

So, the night shift, the "graveyard" shift, the "I will never do this again if I can help it" shift. Whatever you want to call it, it wasn't the most enjoyable 6 weeks spent whilst in Adelaide. This was not because of the people, but merely the fact that I am very much a day person and the reality of a night shift worker is that you don't really have a day time. I would work 10pm-6am, heading into work ...

Watch batteries. Batteries for a watch

A travel blog entry by johnnym


... learn I was English-he's not the first to say I look typically so. I had to dash for my bus, which was a pity-fascinating man, who had come to England to do his PhD in high speed photography and stayed, but is now travelling Australia ahead of a Latin America tour next year. He doesn't need to work, probably invented something fascinating in photography. With just a little more time we'd have been out to dinner and I could have asked. The coach. A nice ...


This hotel, located on 26 Blackburn Street, Adelaide, is near Rundle Mall, Adelaide Central Market, Adelaide Oval, and Haigh's Chocolates.
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