Port Mill B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... men were paid to speed up the death of the hanged man by hanging on his legs.
The prison is really well preserved and has actually changed very little over its 150 year history. Up to 1991, when the prison closed, there were no toilets or running water in the cells - all they had was a bucket. David Campbell who rings the bell signalling the tours was actually the warden of the prison since 1956 up to 1991 when it closed - he is a living piece of ...
... and then toured the brewery which finished with an unexpected beer tasting! Left Fremantle early afternoon before the football finished (Fremantle v Sydney Swans). Highlights: 1. Watching Rugby League finals on Gem. 2. Tour of Little Creatures Brewery which finished with a beer tasting. 3. Walking around ...
... and people watched! Finally it was time to board the plane for our final 7 hour journey to Edinburgh.........the Homeland! I discovered that there was One Direction music. I was in heaven!! Once again we had breakfast, a snack and lunch! At last we touched down in Edinburgh. Our luggage finally appeared and off we headed to catch the bus to our hotel, the Tune Hotel in Haymarket. We got off at Haymarket ...
We arrived in Perth at 1pm after a smooth, uneventful flight from Tullamarine. Sister in law Suzanne met us at the airport and took us home. Great to spend time with our family here. Roger and Suzie's daughter Bec is herself about to head off overseas for five months. Great to see their new home in Bicton. Beautiful views of the Swan a River and Perth City in the distance. ...
Today we went to Fremantle to have a look around. We went to the markets which was pretty good. lots of people there, It reminds me of China Town People every where. Then we went to have fish and chips at Cicerello's which was very nice. While we were eating our lunch on the edge of the wharf we were inundated with Seagulls wanting some of our lunch. Then we had a look in a museum ...