Manuka Park Apartments
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TravelPod Member ReviewsManuka Park Apartments Canberra
No free wifi. What the? What century are we in again?
Otherwise very good. Excellent location.
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... surprised to see that I was actually telling the truth. It is scitech on steroids! Since the Japanese Prime Minister is in town and the building that houses Questacon was a gift from the Japanese for the bicentennial anniversary, he was heading there today so they were getting set up for his arrival. The kids had a great time going through the exhibits. The most popular ones were the earthquake house, the lightning strikes and of course the free fall.
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... well behaved and were great ambassadors for our College. The Priest was very welcoming and spoke with many of the students and made us feel so welcome as did the congregation. Many of them spoke with the students then came to teachers to comment on how polite and well behaved our students were. For being so rushed and hyped up after AIS to act as they did in Mass it was a credit to our students.
After Mass we headed back for dinner at Eaglehawk ...
... of the tour it sure didn't seem like it was dragging on! Next we were off to the Australian National Gallery. There we were split up into two groups and taken through the gallery to look at a few specific pieces. We definitely got to see a lot more art as we walked through and talk about the pieces we sat in font of. The group that I was in got showed an Aboriginal painting, a surrealism painting concerning WWII, a series of pictures representing the Hyde Park Barracks, ...
... last night out in Melbourne. The plan was to head over to our favorite hangout E-fifty five. We headed over as our big old group in hopes that De. Roux would be there but he was a no show for the night. Even though he didn't show up the 17 of us that went out had a blast. We hung out with Fred for a while, played some games, then headed over to another bar. We hung out there for a little while then started to head back to the hotel or to get food. It ...
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