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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Waters Perth
Nice room with separated kitchen and bath and parking in downtown.
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... than the BP at the east end of town. There is a large green grassed park in the centre of town, a good place to rest and eat our lunch, before a wander along the Main Street. So glad we stopped here. Speaking with the locals the town is struggling a little with the downturn in the mining. Fuel Coolgardie $1.35/l Our stop for the night is the Boondi Rock and Dam in the National Park, some 80km west of Coolgardie. Once again a free camp, well signposted, toilets, good road in ...
... from our balcony!!
All in all, a fairly typical first day of orientation, not a ton going on, lots of meet and greet, followed by a long meeting. Tuesday is when Orientation really begins, with campus tours, speeches from departments, safety talks, class schedule tweaking, etc....
Tuesday is the day that they took all the fun out of the semester. There were several seminars that the University of Portland students attended with ...
... in the first time. Now i do admit that we should have had more cash on us and it wasn't very smart to arrive without it but he plain ol ****** me off. The room we were put into was facing the courtyard and music was on till extremely late. Laura barely slept but thankfully Jamie from Wales was there and they talked all night. On the plus side fringe was happening and we had these amazing coffees from a shop called 'milk and honey'. AUSTRALIA DAY was on the 26th, ...
... our hotel and in the pool to reflect on the text we had
during dinner, telling us our neighbour had passed away.I can't even speak about this, I am so shocked, so upset. So is our daughter. We knew it was coming eventually and it is much better for him, his quality of life was very poor in the end...but we only saw him on Sunday.Yes he was 80 and his health had become very poor, but his mind was probably sharper than mine. That is so not fair
It is ...
... and the fact that I am an extremely stubborn person, it may come as a surprise that I said, "Um, OK?!" Worse, he gave me the flu jab in the back of my arm where the nurse wouldn't see it. Is it just me who thinks this was dodgy? All I can say is that I was frazzled and freaked out about my decision to go on World Challenge and simply didn't think things through properly. I got my comeuppance later though because the flu shot stung like hell, and I got a big bruise ...