Manuka Park Apartments
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Manuka Park Apartments Canberra
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... It’s very roomy and has rural views. We still feel like we’re in the country. The reality of our Travels coming to a close in a fortnight is filling us with mixed emotions. It’s been wonderful and life at home is too.
A quick review of the highlights of the last fortnight is all I should write at the moment.
The Stuart Highway, Devil’s Marbles, Jimmy the Poet at Tennant Creek, which disappointed with no cockatoos, John Flynn and the ...
A long drive home to Royalla after a very wet pack up. It's good to be home despite the drop in temperature and all the unpacking that needs to be done. The asses were happy (loud) to see us and it was lovely to have our dinner cooked for us by our lovely neighbours and to catch up. The van will be cleaned and taken to Sydney before we pick up the new one early October and the repackaging begins. Overall it has been a relaxing 81 days and we have started planning our next trip ...
... school in invaluable. Students were able to experience some of the Japanese culture and environment. It became very apparent during question time that the students had a particular interest in the Japanese tea parties that seem to be a tradition in the Japanese culture. To top off this wonderful visit was the presentations given by eight of our students. They thanked their tour guides in Japanese and presented them with small gifts. By the surprised looks of absolute delight on the faces ...
... will have been in creation for millions of years, confirmation of which recently came from PhD studies dating some of the iron to be 800,000 years old. As you progressed the openings grew wider and holes above and below seemed to go forever in to the landmass. The route itself opened up in to larger caverns and the changes in rock and sediment became more obvious. There was also parts where you could see the evidence of where part of the cave had collapsed with large boulders ...
... focussing on differing science concepts and we were quite happy to finally be skipping the 'little kids section', full of toddlers and their parents. A few of the exhibits, such as those in the Perception Deception gallery, were similar to what you might find in Scitech or other museums, but there were many more and we had fun talking to the children about how the mind can play tricks when it sees or hears different things (Psychology 100 in about 1988). We joined ...