Beach House at Bayside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the whales was done 'humanely’. I also feel for the men who lost their jobs when the industry was closed down, but I can’t say I’m sorry that it did.
After the tour, which basically walked us through the ‘process’, we were free to roam the whaling ship Cheyne IV, and watch some video displays inside the giant vats which one held the oil. Despite the almost 40 years that have passed, these vats still ...
... a retired whaling ship that was very cool) the carving floor, rendering vats, boilers and hoists, and tons of other machinery and equipment that was used to carve up the whales and process them into oil and other products. There were tons of pictures and articles which provided the context and gory details of the process (that is thankfully no longer a reality) and they were horrifying, but also grimly fascinating.
The best part was at the end; we toured ...
... beautifully to his bonnet.
Tea Towels that Sharon is going to hand sew into curtains. Shall see what happens and if they end up being tea towels again. Point is they are the right size, right colour, machine hemmed all she has to do is hem the top and put some cord in.
30 October National ANZAC Centre
Today we are off to the new National ANZAC Centre. The centre is available, to the Public, to view, before ...
... Bridge is a bridge of rock over the ocean the has been formed by the water washing away a hole. Apparently someone fell off it last week and broke their leg. I don't know how they weren't killed. We did keep a lookout for any whales but none there. It just so happens that this weekend is the 100th anniversary of the first naval ships leaving Albany for WWI. The town has gone all out and is having a huge celebration, called ANZAC Albany. There is a street fair with food stalls ...
... the bay was great and then Matthew and I returned to watch another film and catch a few exhibits we'd missed. Lyn browsed through the gift shop, not wanting to return.
On the way home we stopped at the replica of the Amity, the brig which brought the first settlers to Albany from Sydney in 1826. Built with painstaking detail to replicate the original, it's a fantastic experience to be able to walk the decks and ...