Port Mill B&B

Address: 3 / 17 Essex Street, Fremantle, Western Australia, 6160, Australia | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on 3 / 17 Essex Street, Fremantle, is near Fremantle Prison, Western Australian Maritime Museum, Fremantle Markets, and The Shipwreck Galleries.
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    Travel Blogs from Fremantle

    Glorious day in Perth!

    A travel blog entry by dbats on May 12, 2015

    12 photos

    ... good Italian girl ate everything on my plate!

    After lunch we kicked back and relaxed at the apartment where the sun beamed through the window and made it very easy for Peter to enjoy an afternoon nap after his hearty meal.

    Our 4 year old grand-daughter Monique called and the poor little tot has a bad cough. Bianca informed us that a storm was due in Melbourne overnight. No doubt it will be freezing when we land tomorrow evening around 7pm. ...

    Essay after Essay

    A travel blog entry by nathanaustralia on May 09, 2015

    ... can do the splits, back bends, and other contortionist stuff that made me hurt just watching her. Roux is 12 and Indy, Dylan's Daughter is maybe 10? Very talented kids...... They were polite, talkative, and more than willing to share their talents with us.

    Another thing that happened that family dinner, is we introduced Indy and Roux to S'mores! That may seem trivial, but they don't have marshmallows in Australia, or ...

    Jail. Anzac Day. Vows

    A travel blog entry by nathanaustralia on Apr 27, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... block. Something that has really stuck with me is their method of punishment. Prisoners who misbehaved were flogged, with the maximum number of floggings being 150. They used a knotted rope with nine tails. The first flog would rip the back open, by the 3rd muscle tissue is showing, and by the 10th the ribcage is exposed. A safety belt was put around vital organs. Prisoners would usually last 10-20 floggings until the doctor stopped ...

    Embarkation, a sudden realisation and a 1D moment.

    A travel blog entry by jimdol on Apr 25, 2015

    ... meeting an iceberg between Perth and Bali is about as likely as Dom forgetting the stencils for todays job.

    The station is a 10 minute stroll, with the cases, from the passenger terminal and we were hardly across the car park when someone checked our bags in and sent us inside the terminal. Now this is where the wheels fall off the easy start to the day. The cruise terminal is a big sheep shed, where you wait ages to be called up and then ages again to go through ...

    So we left Perth....

    A travel blog entry by nodrogcaw on Apr 11, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    On a Dreamliner 787 - Thai Airways service as good as ever. Landed on time in Bangkok and waited 2.5 hours for the Hanoi flight. Again a Dreamliner - a bit OTT for a 1.5 hour flight. Got through immigration easily, bags arrived quickly then out to find our driver. We had been told to look for a hotel sign, ask for a unique code & to avoid random would-be scammers. So there was a guy holding a hand written sign on a piece of paper with my name - umm?! - ...