Causeway Inn On The Mall
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Business Services
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... gold) was over-painted in white, as were the marble columns around the main entrance. The ornate iron-framed ballroom built by Frederick Sargood (which was converted from an earlier conservatory) was demolished to make way for a lavish "Hollywood style" swimming pool and ballroom and 5.7 hectares (14 acres) of gardens were maintained. Mrs Jones also installed a new modern kitchen on the ground level and the original basement kitchen and service areas were closed up, ...
... night at the Windsor but instead Glen C. nicks off to the bike shop. Long suffering wives, those of motorcyclists...... Our official departure dinner was held in the snazzy Winston Room of the Windsor. There were delays to the evening while loose ends were being tied up by the Maschine crew but Glen J. finally started the first of his narration tasks and I think everyone came away learning a few new things about our journey and Burke and Wills. All in all the ...
... 6pm - to which she barked back that MOST caravan parks closed that early in winter. Once again I apologised profusely and thanked her for walking the 10 steps from her place to the office (she must have been exhausted!!!). She was that fierce that if she had said the cost was $100 I think I would have paid it!!! Obviously it wasn't!!! Quickly did some washing while we were here, which should see us through until we get home. This time next week, we'll be on the ferry . . . almost over ...
... 5 years or just 6 months of experience stands between us and a full working visa. The options: get a job for another 6 months (in Aus) and submit that, or resit another IELTS test and score straight 8's (90%). The last time he did the test, he scored 8's for everything except writing, where he got a 7.5; we seem to be cursed by .5 of everything. He sat the blasted test for the 3rd time and said he felt like he'd done the best he's ever done; cautiously optimistic, he ...
... the long queue to get his feed of donuts. We have never seen so many donuts being turned out that fast, it was like a running conveyor belt. I'm not a real donut fan but man they were good. At this rate we need to get lost more often and walk 20kms hahahah. Perth really needs to scrub up on the market side of things.
Next it was onto Costco (bulk products retailer) just to have a look, but got to ...