Foreshore Apartments

Address: 81-89 Proudlove Parade, Albany, Western Australia, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 81-89 Proudlove Parade, Albany, is near Whale World and HMAS Perth.
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    Travel Blogs from Albany

    Albany

    A travel blog entry by colincurwen on Oct 29, 2014

    5 photos

    ... of town, the air was suddenly full of the greatest aroma; sort of a perfumey cut-wood smell that hung quite powerfully in the air and was really pleasant. One of the great things about riding a motorcycle across country is the way you experience the outdoors, especially the smells. It's not always pleasant (dead Roos, for example) but in Australia it has been especially intense and memorable because there's so many unfamiliar plant species with ...

    AUSTRALIA - SOUTH WEST ROAD TRIP

    A travel blog entry by gowerexplorers on Oct 19, 2014

    5 photos

    ... record
    for the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. There is a
    little train you can catch but after grabbing an icecream we decided to walk it
    off!!! Beautiful day and beautiful bay. There is an underwater observatory at
    the end which descends 8mtrs below the surface but didn’t have sufficient time
    to do this. We then drove onto Margaret River and our accommodation, Riverview
    Tourist Park. ...

    Trip Down South

    A travel blog entry by jkfalker on Oct 08, 2014

    2 comments, 65 photos

    ... at Denmark and hiking at the Ranges, we climbed a lot of rocks, rode bikes, and walked around on the beach. Towards the end of the trip I was happiest when I could be alone. Being cooped up in a car and tent with the same people 24/7 is exhausting. One day I literally ran away from them to walk on the beach by myself. After weighing the options of either running away or slapping someone for no reason, I went with the first choice. I think they also ...

    Trip aboard the Kalgan

    A travel blog entry by barbrob on Oct 03, 2014

    9 photos

    ... and had a very quick wit. We were also followed by Percy the Pelican who actually spun around and danced on command in the water for her reward of herring. She was a rescue pelican which the tour guide looked after while she recuperated from being caught up in a fishing line. He turned out to be a "she". We stopped along shore and were taken by bus to the Montgomery ...

    Torndirrup National Park

    A travel blog entry by georgejanene on Sep 19, 2014

    45 photos

    ... to the Memorial, you drive through the Avenue of Honour, on each side of the road are trees with plaques honouring the soldiers killed in action. When you reach the car park there is a path that leads to the re-constructed Desert Mounted Corps Memorial first erected at Port Said but desecrated during the brief Egyptian Suez War in 1956. The memorial was rescued and returned to Australia in. 1959. The significance of the placement of the Desert Mounted Corps Memorial is that it ...