BEST WESTERN PLUS Ascot Serviced Apartments
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... and great views of the city. Gardens are fabulous and we spent a bit over two hours walking around. Not enough time to do it justice but we wanted to see it before the rain starts tomorrow! Highlights: 1. Can't believe the number of wineries in the Margaret River region. 2. Back to having half decent tap water. 3. Kings Park is spectacular. 4. Broke out the shorts and ...
... check-in, security and immigration. The airline lounge offered complimentary massages so we each enjoyed a 30min session in the Royal Orchid Spa. It felt like a lovely way to close off another great holiday. Boeing 777-200ER to Brisbane, different seating to the 300ER out of Brisbane. Used our chip passports for the first time - no need for an immigration officer, just pause for a photo. Matthew picked us up from the airport and we were home by early ...
... for my going away day. I was supposed to have lunch, pack, then have one beer with Lee. What happened was 16 pints, who knows what else, 8 bars and an emotional walk home with Lee and my replacement in the house, Lucy. How I actually left Lee was "We have time for one more beer!?" I use a exclamation and a question mark as I'm not sure which one it was. I was excited for my onward travels, however part of me really didn't want to leave the country I've called home for 2 years. ...
... racket was slightly wonky - that was definitely my excuse. We went back to the apartment after a food shop at our local IGA, had some lunch and chilled out. I had booked a table at C Restaurant (I couldn't find an A or B...) in the CBD on St George's Terrace. It was a revolving restaurant on the 33rd floor of one of the skyscrapers, with the most spectacular views and the food was amazing as well! It was a four ...
... it was organised for us to leave at 8.45 am to be there by 10am, but someone forgot to calculate the fact of a time difference , so we were 1 1/2 hrs late. Didn't matter when we arrived we had scones jam and cream, lovely big ones with a GOOD dollop of jam and cream. From there we were bussed and some in the bull catcher out to the mine, where Ruth gave us a bit of a run down. When I ...