Pinnacle Hotel

11 Ovens Street, Kingston, Australian Capital Territory, 2604, Australia | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Kingston

Day 6

A travel blog entry by stjoeys


... we then headed to the much hyped Questacon. We watched a lightning strike, “experienced” an earthquake, viewed a tornado, looked at various optical illusions, danced, solved puzzles and went on the giant freefall.

Our day concluded with a reflective campfire prayer liturgy and delicious toasted marshmallows. Yummm!!

Repacking to go home has been a learning experience for all of us!


Last Day in Canberra

A travel blog entry by jaimiegrace


... The facilities were amazing and we had a tour led by two athletes! We got to watch the Finland men's volleyball team practice and at the end of the tour took pictures with some of the Australian men's volleyball team! For dinner we had a rooftop BBQ at our youth hostel where we ate kangaroo burgers. I was hesitant to try one but ending up loving it! Even though our youth hostel wasn't the best I still had a great time in ...

Sunday Erina to Canberra

A travel blog entry by cbaruss


... Mosquitos must love my thick delicious Canadian blood as they have been eating me alive in Erina and instead of an itchy little bite they are turning into these horrific looking giant red hive-like things. Honesty, I am going to have to beg the Canadian government to let me back into the country and convince them I don't have measles by the way I look right now. Just had a long soak in K's bath and ...


A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... at five in the afternoon, and we didn’t realise but they have a closing ceremony outside, where the story of one of the names on the wall is told, a wreath ceremony takes places for anyone who’s lost loved ones in war, and the last post is played by a bugaleer. It’s actually quite moving and we head back to the car in quiet reflection. It’s a quiet night as we pack and get ready for an early start in the ...

Canberra, Australian Capitol

A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley


... It was much more than I expected. It wasn't just a wall with some names, though that was there too. There was a war museum too. We walked into the memorial part, with the names and flowers on the wall, and to the tomb of the unknown soldier. There was an amazing dome ceiling and beautiful stained glass. The tomb was under construction for the 100 year anniversary of the First World War, but I didn't feel we missed much. The whole area was made up of tiny tiles. I ...


This hotel, located on 11 Ovens Street, Kingston, is near National Gallery of Australia, Parliament House, Old Parliament House, and Calthorpes' House.
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