Bridgefield Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... it was a bit like a typical Saturday night in Croydon, with police cars (and mounted police) on duty at nearly every corner, but we did manage to eat at a very nice meal at The Aviary. Sunday morning Perth was a much nicer place to be, with parks, rivers, bell towers chiming, and an interesting coffee shop.
Once our self styled tour of Perth was over, we headed off to our next accommodation, an apartment in a north Perth city suburb called Cambridge. Our main ...
... was amazing and a wealth of knowledge of the area, he also entertained the four kids whilst we took part in numerous wine, chocolate and nougat tasting. I think he deserved a medal by the end of the day as he put up with not only 6 'merry' adults and 4 busy kids but we were meant to be dropped home at 4.30 and we didn't arrive back until 7.30! We were very impressed with 'Stu' and very impressed with the taste we got of the Margaret River ...
... well as three caves; Jewel cave, Lake cave and Mammoth cave. Unfortunately it is that busy with people today, that we couldn't get a tour until this afternoon, so we booked for 3:40pm and drove to Jewel Cave instead, in time for the 12:30pm tour. Our tour guide for Jewel Cave was a fellow by the name of Allan. He was really good and very knowledgeable about this cave and the other local caves. Along the way, he pointed out various features within the ...
Today we had to mow the lawns at the Guest house. I do all the edges and mow around the edges with the little mower and Ted weed eats and mows the rest with the big mower. Takes about 2 hours plus. Thank goodness the owners house is slightly small but not by much. Tomorrow is another day. First all windows to be washed around the house as there are Guests coming in at the ...
... it was closed today due to unsuitable tidal conditions. The water would have been too murky to see very much, so the operators decided to close as the views wouldn't have been very good. The cost would have been $59 per couple, so I believe they were doing the right thing and not ripping off the tourists. The town of Busselton is a very neat and tidy little town, an area we didn't ...