Bailey'S Perth Accommodation

Address: 150 Bennett St., Perth, Western Australia, 6004, Australia | Motel
 
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This motel, located in the East Perth area of Perth, is near Perth Mint, Northbridge, Perth Concert Hall, and Gloucester Park.
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      Day 34 - Perth sights

      A travel blog entry by fourdaws on Jan 11, 2015

      20 photos

      ... across the whole of Perth City, and the expanse of Swan River below - Just magnificent!! The nearby gift shop (very pricey!!) had some exquisite items in it, too...

      We returned to the van about 3.45pm, then headed to Waterman's Beach (just south of Sorrento Beach) for a "sunset" BBQ sausage dinner on the beach with the Sparke's and some of their friends - We met Cordy and Johhno (south African) and Kathy and Anthony (local ...

      Splashes in the Swan Valley!

      A travel blog entry by jhnewadventures on Jan 05, 2015

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      ... One was lush called Houghton (even picked up a wedding package guide mum haha!!) The other was oakover which offered 9 different wines to try each worse than the one before..by this time Jack came over to me and asked if I "felt like I've had a drink" I was actually ok but he was mashed was hilarious just can't handle the wine like us girls!! We then finished in one winery called Sandleford..very posh and after that I was feeling rather merry and we ...

      Fremantle Prison

      A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Dec 18, 2014

      17 photos

      ... cobbled together out of poor quality iron but have withstood hard use and the elements for nearly 160 years, we were guided around by a true showman. He obviously loved his job and was hugely knowledgable, although his historical accounts were diluted by the odd very coarse joke and a huge helping of his own strong opinions. The conditions for the prisoners were incredibly tough and even the environment at the prison when the last inmates left in 1991 was dreadful. In ...

      The end of our Australian adventures

      A travel blog entry by fra_roz on Nov 28, 2014

      51 photos

      ... and the CBD. It was a rainy day but we still enjoyed the nature and the views.

      We spent the rest of the time at the beach (City Beach) or with our hosting family. They have a mango farm in Kununurra and had a mango delivery towards the end of our stay. Those mangoes are so good, it's unbelievable. It's the last food I'm having before leaving the house and heading to the airport.

      The family sent us to help in the grand-dad's house on an ...

      20 hours and counting

      A travel blog entry by iolair on Nov 28, 2014

      ... too. In some places, girls do not even go to school because there is no toilet! There are so many reasons toilets are important.

      Anyway, I am still feeling really tired, I have to be at the airport in 16 hours, and I still have to make adjustments to my pack, so this blog writing (particularly my heartfelt praise of toilets) is probably starting to enter into the territory of procrastination.

      Next stop Changyi airport and then off to Danang and Hoi An.
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