Tradewinds Hotel Fremantle
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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good, nice bar and restaurant
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... the waves were crashing in, so we didn't need to see it too. The wind had really quite whipped up with the feel of drizzle in the air, the call of home comforts got the better of us. Trying to enter the house quietly, which ultimately resulted in an excited frenzy of activity with a tail wagging welcome by the dogs, additionally getting a grounding from Neil for being out so late. Having a coffee and catch up, with a show and tell to Jo of all my ...
... yummy chocolate and even better ice-creams to enjoy :)
Spent a few days up in the games room brushing up on our pool and air hockey skills. Iain joined in on his day off.
Naomi, Chloe and I went to bingo on Friday night and Naomi won 3 times ($24) and I won twice ($16) Not big wins but a good night out.
Baked my first batch of cupcakes in the weber. Turned out really good. Just getting use to the heat control of ...
... ablaze, bit of a spectacle with fire boats and fire engines covering the ship with fountains of water. The ship, the Wellard, specifically designed to transport livestock cargo had caught fire earlier that morning fortunately just before they were due to load the cargo! The fire had attracted news crews, spectators and helicopters buzzed above. We watched ...
... took advantage of the great free city buses (CAT buses) and hit DFO. This is top shopping and we spent a few hours here before going back to Old Shanghai again for another cheap Asian lunch. We spotted a drunk stealing prawn crackers off the counter when the owners back was turned and later running amok in parklands.
The next bus took us to the Barrack Street Jetty which, as said, is being heavily renovated and then another bus back to Northbridge. We ...
... before heading down to the beach. We sat at the Scarborough Beach Amphitheatre overlooking the sand and ocean while we had lunch before heading into the sun, laying out the towels and lounging on the beach for the afternoon. It was so nice to soak up the sun. After a while we had a nice walk around the area to see what was about. We then stayed down at the beach making ...