Comfort Hotel Perth City
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... days on the road. A lot had happened in that time and a lot of ground covered. We have already done 10,000kms since Cairns in The Orange Flash (which is so conspicuous that everywhere we go people say when they saw us last). What is life like on the road? Some days turn out to be the best ones and memories are created. Others are horrible with everyone clawing at the car as it closes in around them. Some are hum-drum, spent reading or making shopping lists for our next ...
... with lots of baked goodies. Graeme showed up to pick us up, shortly after the ladies had just sat down, so we had a quick coffee and some goodies and then left the ladies to gab while we investigated the river and the other facilities. We stopped to talk to the old guy who, earlier, I’d seen launching his little plastic boat to go out on the river to fish. He had no luck that morning, but as we were ...
... went on to Shark bay visiting little lagoon (off road driving), eagle bluff (great lookout spot and Boardwalk) and finally shell beach (a beach comprising of shells not sand). On the way to Eagle Bluff we accidentally ran over a snake trying to cross the road. It wasn't quite dead so we went back and saw the Aussie guy behind us trying to run it over again to kill it and put it out of pain. Apparently it was a King brown snake which is highly venomous so ...
... we jumped on the train for the 20 minute ride into Perth. The seats in the train only face sideways and Carl felt quite ill. We arrived in Perth and between the heavy rain we made it to the Bell tower for a visit where we got to ring some bells. After walking around in the rain we decided it was too wet to visit Kings Park so headed back to Fremantle. Once again looking like tourists as ...
... tonne Australian sovereign, created in 2012 for the Queen's visit to Perth. We arrived at 11:30 for a tour, during which we were also treated to a display of the melting of gold and it being poured into a cast iron mould, and eventually cooled into a golden bar. There were some amazing golden nuggets in display cases and a hell of a lot of money in there! After the Mint, we walked ...