Rydges Kalgoorlie Resort and Spa
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Travel Blogs from Kalgoorlie
... we discovered had recently had a facelift, at no cost to shop owners but as part of the councils beautification and restoration plan. Visited the Super Pit, yes it's a "super pit". Stayed at Lake Douglas, ducks and reflections. Took motorhome to have generator fixed were lent a ute, so spent the day in the city, beautiful buildings and wide streets. Visited museum and Mt Charlotte water pipe lookout. Huge supermarket shop. Stayed at Centennial Park. ...
... every 7th dump truck load of ore carted out. Back to Kalgoorlie Museum to see the rest of the displays, spent another several hours in there looking around. PM - had lunch, then shopping at Woolies for the trip back home, stocked up for about 4 days traveling. Went to the Arts Centre, there was a display on Gallipoli there, had ...
... Egan St to see the GHD office. It had been shut down before we got there. Drove over to Hay St and down to 133 and Questa Casa. A crowd of twenty or so turned up, mostly mixed couples. Carmel initially told us to go away as she wasn't planning to do the 3pm tour. She relented and ushered us in.First priority was to check off the vouchers and round up cash from the others. Lady's of the Night Rates: 15 mins = $120, one full hour = $290. 15:00 to 16:25 – Bordello Tour of ...
... strip that cost all of $19 worked a treat.
A TXT arrives from the dog, Robyn is
installed in home, she has been fed and they are siting back watching TV… dog
already no longer missing us now sucking up to Rob..
We all sat around Staring’s U-Beute folding
fire trough $$$+++
As I don’t thing any of us had slept much
the previous night all were happy to snivel off to bed at an early ...
... last appliance, but it was nice to know it was there!
On our way out of the town of Hyden we stopped for a quick browse through a second hand shop, and to admire the metal artwork depicting townsfolk and telling some of the history of the town.
Other than that, it was a long and dare I say it, boring drive with just a couple of stops for petrol and drinks.
Tomorrow we are doing a tour of the mine here at Kalgoorlie, and we found out ...