Medina Executive James Court

74 Northbourne Ave, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2601, Australia | 4 star hotel
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Settling in

A travel blog entry by zoewaters

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... up. We went to a local shopping centre afterwards, so I could set up a new bank account for myself and also so Michael could put me on his credit cards. (He trusts me with this more than my own Papa!! But then again he doesn't know all about my love for shopping....yet.) We also got some yummy doughnuts.

I cooked us spag-bowl and my special home made garlic bread which went down really well!! The kids loved the bread which made me happy. Later on we chilled and got to know ...

Capital Citizen

A travel blog entry by piholland

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Don't come to Canberra its boring, dull, lifeless everyone avoids it or wishes they had. Thats what we had had heard, we like to check out these things and form our own opinion and we had the chance to check it out. Our Citizenship test had been re-arranged form our permanent address in Adelaide to somewhere more convenient while we were on the road.

Initially we had planned to come up through the Snowy Mountains and visit Canberra but after extended time in ...

Canberra, day2

A travel blog entry by bezza64

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... full of skulls and it reminded me of Lord of the Rings.

We went back to our respective cars and arranged to meet again later. The ladies went to see the National Corillan, a bell tower given to Australia by the British. We were very lucky as Leonard Weiss was doing a recital and it sounded wonderful. He was in the tower, playing some sort of keyboard that works the bells and we could see him playing it ...

Australian War Memorial

A travel blog entry by kzjacques

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... take away from the tour. The stories of the men and women, the places they fought and the things they did are all done in so many different ways, through audio-visual, models, aircraft, medals and memorabilia and so many more. It was both incredibly interesting and moving to see what these people did.

Visiting each of the areas where Australians served, the interactive displays and the tour guide talks, all helped to get an understanding of our history ...

Day 2 - The Day Before The Snow

A travel blog entry by year6canberra

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Firstly, all of us here in Canberra want to do a massive shout out to Anton De-Vitry who would have loved to be here but because of health reasons cannot be. There have been many children asking about him and wishing he was here with us. Get well soon Anton.

Also, we all say hi to Harry Dening and Louis Maritz who are not here is Canberra with us. We hope you're having a great week.

Now to Day 2.

Day 2 found us up nice and early (not as early as it will ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on 74 Northbourne Ave, Canberra, is near Lake Burley Griffin, Batemans Bay, Canberra Museum and Gallery, and Becker House.
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