Quest West End
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Perth
... seat next to us. Of course that was after I had already moved seats and had the air host tap me on the shoulder and request my boarding pass - oops! That's ok it's not like he smelt of BO and cigarettes.... Oh wait yes he did. Also completely lacking common sense; couldn't figure out how to get the remote cord to suck back in so kept it dangling in front of him for the flight, asked me if there was free ...
... the dragon boat is adorned with marker lights because they will be paddling down the river in the dark, lit only by the light of the moon and from the city itself. By 7 PM, it was fully dark and getting cooler, so I got up from my seat near the river and headed back to the clubhouse to wait for them to finish. A half hour later, the ladies re-appeared, all tuckered out from their practice, so they sat down to have some "refreshments" before calling it a ...
Perth looks better after a night of good rain....and 12 hours of total jetlagged sleep! (In fact - I slept right through an important breakfast date!). The city is full of beautiful green pockets - little parks dotted all over. I am intrigued by the number of people living on the streets - some with obvious drug problems looking very much worse for wear. The inner city is a buzz of multi-cultural restaurants, shops and people, with a very ...
... our pizza date, but made it safely to our destination and sat in the garden with the left over wine and beers from the camper! Perth was decidedly colder than where we had come from further north and we were tired; very tired. Therefore we were soon sleeping soundly within four brick walls for the first time in almost a month. The weather in Perth was rather dismal during our visit; it rained in fact for the pretty much the entire time we were there. The rain was reminiscent of ...
... a mother and daughter from Sunderland, the latter who had been working on farms in the outback for the last seven months and had decided to move out here. We left the microbrewery (it was by this point just before 4pm, having been picked up in town at 9:45am) and our final stop was a chocolatier and jam maker, where of course Simon and I got some chocolate after a few samples! We made our way back to the coach, very full and as you can imagine quite tired by this point! ...