Alpha Hotel Canberra
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- Non-smoking rooms
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Day 2 of our journey was the most spectacular taking in several lookouts along the Great Australian Bight of the Bunda Cliffs which stretch an unbroken line of 200km from the WA border to the Head of the Bight. The views were simply breathtaking and the icing on top of what we'd previously seen on our travels. Although it was extremely windy and hot! We drove a further 750km for the day ...
... the Zoo opposite Government House. Before heading back out we drove across for a look at where the Governor-General lives. As we drove home I rang Lou and Owen to see if they would be home tomorrow for a visit as we pass through. Later she rang back to see if we needed a bed. I said thanks but this time we were staying with John and Libbie. Had another relaxed evening before getting to bed about 8:30 again. Uncle John starts early with his job so doesn't stay up too late these ...
We finally walk past The High Court of Australia, (completed in 1980) is the Supreme Court in the Australian Court Hierarchy and the final court of Appeal in Australia.
We finally caught up with Jeanette, Craig, Christian, Allegra and Charlotte at Max Brenner on the Kingston Foreshore for a death by chocolate experience, before joining Aunty Mary for dinner at an Italian ...
... the Commonwealth of Australia. The memorial includes an extensive national military museum. The Australian War Memorial was opened in 1941, and is widely regarded as one of the most significant memorials of its type in the world. The Memorial is located in Australia's capital, Canberra. It is the north terminus of the city's ceremonial land axis, which stretches from Parliament House on Capitol Hill along a line passing through the summit of ...
... waited patiently before eventually taking off and beginning flight one of two. The delay didn't mean much in the long run as we had to wait for our connecting flight, however after a scenic touch down over a sunset Sydney, seeing all the sights once again, we only stood around for a few extra minutes before boarding the next flight.
The journey was quick and before we knew it we had arrived and as we stepped off the plane the drop in temperature was ...