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The perfect room – right near Rome Termini Station - for a night alone before my flight back to the US. Note the purple glitter sink. (Augusta Lucilla Palace hotel)

Port Augusta Town Hall

Port Augusta Town Hall

The derelict Town Hall in Port Augusta. In the rear basements the PA Boxing Club trains 3 to 5 days a week.

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