Thursday, September 16, 2010

Perth 2010 DAY 2: Morning walk and Breakfast @ Dome's

A good night's rest is essential for the next day and I was glad that I slept well.
The day breaks really early here in Perth, it seemed like 7am when it was just 6am only.

I woke up really early as usual, since there was no time difference here in Perth.
I took a few street shots the moment I woke up from the balcony of my room.
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The skies soon brightened up, and after some washing up, I was ready to hit the streets for a quick walk to take in the lovely breeze and fresh air of the countryside.
(That's what people do on their vacation, don't they?)

The beaches in front offer a really great view
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The beach entrance to the hotel
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Cafes lined along the pathway near the hotel
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After braving the cold for half an hour outside, I was more than glad to step back inside the warmth of the Dome's restaurant located on the first floor of the hotel for our breakfast that morning.
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They also have the alfresco dining area where you can enjoy the cold breeze on the balcony foyer.
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Of course I would prefer the warmth inside, it was really cold out there!
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I can learn about the continents while waiting for my food =)
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Apple muffin (AUD$3.50)
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This was one of the best muffins I have ever tasted; it even had apple chunks in it!
I opted for a warm serving and it was just so aromatic and tempting to my appetite when it arrived that I just could not get enough of it! =)
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It was really cold out there and so we ordered hot drinks
Chamomile Tea (AUD$3.80)
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The aromatic scent from the tea was just calming and invigorating to the senses and it was good for people who have been really stressed.

Hot Chocolate (AUD$4.25) was another good option to bring warmth to the body against the cold or chilly weather.
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Cheese and Ham croissant (AUD$7.90)
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This was good but I couldn't help converting the price to MYR and it was freaking expensive when I did! =P
Almost MYR21 for a croissant!

After filling up our tummies for the morning, we hit the road again for our itinerary of the day.
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Approaching our first destination of the day...
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To be continued...

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