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- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Waters Perth
Nice room with separated kitchen and bath and parking in downtown.
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... except for the roads, muppet. Also saw loads of Orb spiders and didn't freak - too much, they were a few feet away thank god! Esme was very annoyed on the ferry trip back to Fremantle (Freo to the locals - surely it should be Pertho too?) as an aussie family were taking up 6 seats with 4 people and their bags, yet not once offered the seats for their bags to any of the poor buggers standing. This was pretty much first negative experience with any local, these people ...
... of special activities – Christmas illuminations on the bank building one evening and a giant carol sing last night with 10,000 people at a park downtown. The big grocery chain here is IGA (brings back memories, John) and this was the 70th carol sing they’ve hosted. There was a big stage with lights, etc. and many of the top performers donated their time to perform and lead the singing. It was quite a site. It’s been ...
... stop his buffering about. It didn't take long to fill up and as we were on our way we witnessed the rush hour stand still traffic on the roads both sides of the track. Neil sent us a photo having just finished work and taking some time out on the beach. All jealous but equally thankful that this was an easy way to travel to & from the city without having to be bumper to bumper, moving inch by inch to get home. Before we knew it, we were at the end of the line and climbing back ...
... a walk, considering that it was about 40 degrees in the sun and not a millimetre of shade! We also spent a morning at the ‘Olgas’, which is part of the Uluru-Katatjuta National Park. We decided to go for a 4,2km hike and before getting ready for that one we went to watch the gorgeous sunrise of the Olgas and also Uluru. All in all we spent two full days at the Uluru-Katatjuta National Park and regardless of the long drive it was well worth it! In general, the ...
... on places of interest, the expensive houses and Yacht/Sailing Clubs (there are over 120,000boats moored on Swan River!!!). The smallest yacht club consisted of a tiny green shed and Captain Cook told us the story of the two brothers who built the shed on the water’s edge without planning permission and were told by the authorities to pull it down; ...