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TravelPod Member ReviewsGoodearth Hotel Perth
Considering accommodation prices in Perth this Hotel is well worth the money.
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Lazy Sunday breakfast by the Swan River then met with my cousin Patrick who drive us around then met his wife Sue for Western Australian wine and curry.
2nd day in Perth - Patrick was our chauffeur again and took us for breakfast in Soubiaco. We then went to visit Brent's aunt Gemma who was 90 a couple of months ago. Then onto Fremantle - …
I got up at 8am, feeling very good. I showered, dressed and then went down to see what sort of breakfast the hostel provided. Just cereal and toast, nothing special, but still good. After eating I got ready for the day and then left the hostel. I walked along James street, past the
university and got a coffee. Right here was also the Western Australian museum.
The museum was undergoing ...
... come? First in line was Carolyn!! Sheree needed to fund a new bathroom in her B&B. Maybe she will join us next time! Online booking - not my best effort. Perth, Dubai, New York (13 hours), Orlando, road trip to Atlanta, back to Orlando, back to back cruising, Orlando, Singapore, Perth! Exhausted just typing ...
... breakfast out on time! 1000 very ****** off delegates swarm the little kiosk that cannot cope with the masses at all. I smile secretly - first world countries also get it wrong. The opening sessions are interesting - Robyn Stone, famous researcher opens the day with a session on staff retention, followed by the patron of ACSA, a retired judge who advocates wildly for gay people who need to go into Care Homes. Again, I don't agree with ...
... on in the day we passed a man riding a bike he must be keen!!!!!! We are booked into Seisia caravan park and have a hut with power to share with Joe and Kay, it's a bit expensive for what it is , the only thing different from a powered site is two sinks and lights plus a small bench. Anyway it's fine for 3 nights. The thing I have noticed up this way is the number of horses running ...