Scarborough Observation Resort

Address: 200 West Coast Hwy , Scarborough, Western Australia, 6019, Australia | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 200 West Coast Hwy , Scarborough, is near Swan River, University College Cork (UCC), Trigg Beach, and Swan Valley Heritage Trail.
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      Melbourne to Perth

      A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Nov 10, 2014

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      ... closer inspection it actually was not his big belly. I should have known that first things first for Andy, he had gone straight to the bar and got us a drink. We also had half hour wifi access in the airport, but it was data restricted and very slow. Only a couple of photos had been uploaded to ipad, so that was all I could update for now. Lunch was next on the cards and Hungry Jacks guaca whopper meal was the best deal of the day, as the other styles didn't quite appeal or were ...

      The afterthoughts

      A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Oct 25, 2014

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      ... in this country. My journey has been put on hold for now, I'm sort of excited about getting fit again, depending on my knee of course which I'll have to get checked at the doctors. I want to just play guitar and practice French while I have the time, because winning Lotto isn't a viable career option, although I know I'll spend hundreds of dollars a week to try and achieve the dream.

      I'm more lost than after America. America was so crash and bash, when it was done I ...

      Whiteman's Park

      A travel blog entry by barbrob on Sep 16, 2014

      6 photos

      ... Government in 1977. In recognition of his work, the government named the whole area 'Whiteman's Park'. Today it attracts thousands of tourists and includes displays such as a transport museum, wildlife park, woodland reserve, motor museum as well as tram rides, train rides and a vintage bus. We went into the motor museum and spent quite a long time admiring the old and restored cars. The amount of love that had gone into the restoration of such beauties ...

      First Impressions of Classes

      A travel blog entry by jkfalker on Aug 16, 2014

      3 comments

      ... tutorials, or tutes for short. My first day of lecture my professor repeatedly said tute, and I was very thrown each time.

      I’m taking three units: Concepts in Contemporary Art, Extreme, Complex, and Bizarre studio, and Environmental and Technological Systems in Architecture. I have found that I have a lot more time free than at home. The extra time may be due to the fact that I’m not working ...

      Back to the city

      A travel blog entry by faraway-fantasy on Jul 02, 2014

      ... go to wave rock! I was actually quite surprised that there were no tourists there and we had the whole rock to take photos with pretending we were surfing (as you do!) It's a lovely place to go, however I'm not sure if I would spent the money from Perth to travel the 4 hours to wave rock over the opportunity to go to other places! After that we went back to my house on the farm for a few drinks before heading to Lake King pub for live music and some food where you ...