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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Perth
Very pleasant hotel which was up to the usual high standards you can expect from a Mercure. Conveniently located in the centre of the city within walking distance from the Swan River and the waterfront area.
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... it. Our guide was explaining what all the hatches and markings and transponders were for, and how they can attach a spare engine if it is needed to transported , and that the engines are only affixed with 6 bolts obviously large ones. The 707 had been used by Michael Jackson as his private plane. Then there was the Hanger out the ...
... the car and made our way back to Perth, where it did start to rain on the way! Simon parked up and made me run into the supermarket to get him a slice of Black Forest gateaux. Back to the apartment for a nap and chill out after a lot of walking! Our host Vicki popped I for a quick chat in the evening, which was nice of her to check in! After all the food we didn't fancy dinner much, just a bit of cheese and wine - and cake for ...
... of bikes. We had a look around the Settlement which was interesting. It was a very funny thing to ride, you have to lean forward to go forward to lean back to stop, to turn you just turn the handle bars in the direction and then you turn, it was quite easy to operate. On the way to the light house Sandy unfortunately fell off her machine and hurt her arm and her hand and her shoulder. She also got big bruises on her legs and arms. The tour guide patched her up ...
... important to Western Australia, with the brick products from Clackline used by multiple government departments, the Fremantle Gas Company, and many goldmines. Other users of the bricks included the Railway Department, the Perth Gas Company, the Fremantle smelter, and the Great Boulder Perseverance Company. The Clackline Refractory also supplied bricks for the nearby pumping stations for the Goldfields Water Supply Scheme. As of 2012, the site is in ...