Canberra Short Term and Holiday Accommodation
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... available flight which was at 12.15 but then when we turned up at the terminal saw that that flight had been cancelled.
So I sit here now waiting for the 1.30 flight hoping that it will go as I promised Ben, being his 6th Birthday today that we would go out to the movies when I get home.
So not long now but I'm not feeling as awake as I want too - those red bulls seemed to do the trick on our race - May require a few now ...
... But really I just put my eye drops in because they hurt me! Haha it was a funny story that I thought I would share!
Anyway after we left the memorial, we went to the bus stop and had to wait for a bit to catch the next one! It wasn't a bad stop; however the public transportation here isn't that great. About 20 minutes later the bus shows up and we take it to the next museum called the Australian national gallery.
... and the Royal Mint!). As with all museums, you think you'll only stay a short while, but before you know it, you've run out of day!!
As we had told Annette that we would cook dinner tonight, we had to find a supermarket quickly and get home. Managed to find one (thank you GPS lady!) and even got a parking spot on the side of the road a few blocks away. Being in a large Shopping Centre, it took us a while to find the ...
... meant that we had about 3 and a bit hours to do something “cool”. I would have loved to go to one of the many other galleries and museums which were beckoning me but we agreed that something particularly kid-exciting would be ideal. We decided to give the Reptile Centre and Cockington Green a go as they were the closest to our Caravan Park. The reptile centre was small but quite cool, some cool animals ranging from huge lizards through to ...
... could not stop fighting on who would hold parliament. Australia picked a flat part of land about 300 km's from Sydney, dug a lake and built the city around it. We like how Australia does business. The lake is called Burley Griffin Lake, inside the lake is a monument to the unknown soldier which is in front of the National War museum dedicated to those who have and still are serving. It was pretty impressive. We stopped ...