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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Waters Perth
Nice room with separated kitchen and bath and parking in downtown.
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... Check out this video of an Australian raven. Wherever you go here, the sound of birds fills the air. It’s amazing, and mostly, they’re the sound of birds that we only see in cages back home, like white cockatoos. I love just sitting and listening to their symphony, as I’m doing right now. After an hour and a half, the women were off the water. After the paddle, the women had planned a ...
Flew to Sydney after waitng an hour and a half to fix the plane they eventually changed the plane so we could fly off. The flight was smooth and we arrived about five. We went for a walk and had dinner overlooking the water with the Sydney Wheel in the background, beautiful.
... tourist the station attended came over to ask if he could help telling me the machine won't bite! After I explained Carl was trying to park he walked back to the car park with me telling me the silly system doesn't allow you to pay for parking if you don't have the smart card, but he had a magic card that would give us a free ticket to put on our dashboard, such a nice man. Parking ...
We had a long day ahead of us today with lots of walking! It was thundering down with rain outside when we woke up, but luckily the sun was shining by the time we left the apartment. Our first stop was Perth Mint, only about a 15 minute walk across Wellington Square from the apartment. The Mint is Australia's oldest operating mint and home to the largest pure gold coin in the world - a 99.9% ...
... The only difference not towing the camper made was to the fuel consumption. The gears were still slipping and it wasn't long before we lost 4th gear altogether. It was now imperative to go no higher than 80kms in order to keep the revs down and avoid overheating everything. When the gearbox is working properly, and we're doing 100kms in 4th gear, our revs are around the 2100 mark (that's good). Without 4th gear, we were doing 80kms with ...