Thursday, November 22, 2012

Miss Maud Swedish Hotel - Murray Street, Perth (Australia) - Part 2

I came out from the rooftop herb garden and instead of going back to my room, I walked out of the hotel. It was early evening and rather than locking myself in the room, I wanted to see Murray Street. The weather was breezy and windy. Luckily I had my shawl with me. I wrapped myself tightly with the shawl and strolled up and down Murray street aimlessly. For a second, I stood still and watched the rest of the people walking along Murray street. I felt as though I was back in Malaysia, obviously the diverse population of people says it all -  different races and ethnic groups.

My friends whom I spoke to before I left home were wrong.  I am not sure which part of Perth they visited but Murray street had so much to offer --  the eateries and restaurants, what more the pubs and bistros.  As I just arrived in Perth 2 hours ago, I did not dare to try any of the restaurants. The safest thing was to make reservation for my dinner at Miss Maud's restaurant.

After loitering in Murray street for an hour, I came back to the reception area of the hotel.  I confirmed my reservation for dinner. Before I went back to my room for a shower, I took a number of pictures of the area within the hotel.  Here's to how Ms. Maud's hotel looks like:
The reception area I shot from the staircase and the homely cosy surroundings.

The achievements and recognitions on the staircase wall, leading to the rooms.

The brochure in my room on the history and background of Ms Maud.

I had my shower, came down to the reception area and walked to the restaurant next door for my dinner - coming up soon as the next post.

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