• Short term rental accommodation, furnished rentals in port Noarlunga Adelaide, South Australia
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      TC for short
      When we first arrived in Adelaide we stayed at the Oaks Plaza Pier for 3 wks, in a 2-bed apt for just over $210/night. Its a great place; very hotel-like with good restaurants if you don't fancy cooking, and right on the beach. The drawback is that the car-park is an additional $18/day for a multi-entry pass, although you can take a chance & park just up the road in the (free) car-park of a nearby hotel. The risk is that they may not look kindly at you, but I knew of several of the Oaks staff who parked there!
      We stayed in Quest Apartments in Melbourne. They're a franchise, so the exact level of quality can vary and we haven't stayed with them in Adelaide, but we were in two different places in Melbourne for a total of over six months. Nothing special, but they did the job & felt almost like a home.

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      Mar 2008
      South Plympton, Adelaide
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      Have a look at www.wotif.com.au closer to the time for great last minute deals on apartments. If you do end up in Glenelg, park in the Coles supermarket carpark halfway down Jetty Rd. It's free and I've never got a ticket there!
      Sailed SS Australis out of Southampton 1977.Arrived October in Adelaide via Melbourne 1977.Liverpool/London 1987 - 1992
      Adelaide 1992 to eternity:)and one day you'll wake up and stop counting how long you've been here.

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      short term accomodation

      Rass how old is the baby and do you need a cot etc


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