Abode - The Apartment Hotel
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... traffic and we’re able to navigate up the super-wide, super-straight avenues very easily! Looking at it on a map, it’s fairly easy to work out that Canberra is a designed city – it’s also easy to do the same when driving through it. We arrive at our hotel in the north of the city and it feels like it’s in the middle of suburbia! Fortunately, after a quick drive out, we find we’re near a fairly ...
... to hanging rock and visited the sanctuary where we saw some platypus.
The next stop was the space centre which was interesting for the kids, with a larger dish than Parkes, a lot of space memorabilia and a piece of moon rock.
Our final stop was at the Cotter Dam wall for afternoon tea, a walk and another playground. Very beautiful and relaxing. A real Daz spot.
Another great ...
... sitting castle like on it to represent the house of the people rather than the centre of power. There is an actual copy of the Magna Cater on display dating back to the 13th century and I found the whole democracy exhibit quite moving – we are so lucky to live in this place!
After lunch in the public cafeteria we walked down the hill to the old parliament house which has now been turned into a museum of democracy. Much of the ...
... all of which were free !!
We then set off for an overnight stay at a vineyard b&b. What an amazing place, we stayed in a Nissen hut inspired accommodation with fantastic views over the surrounding hills. In the evening we went for wine tasting and a wonderful home cooked meal in the restaurant which we had all to ourselves.
We actually saw kangaroos up close (well as close as ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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