Alpha Hotel Canberra
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... amazing things; our careers, your volunteering, sailing the Whitsundays, lots of travel and lots of good times together and with family and friends. We have a deep respect for each other and value each others opinion. We recognise we are both strong, passionate individuals but do better as a team. You make me laugh every day and there is no one else I would rather spend my life with. It has been a privilege and a joy to spend the last 40 years with you, so darling, Happy ...
... between the stone as people show their respects. It really is a nice piece and there is a lot more to it than meets the eye also; within the outside memorial there are reams of archived documents and information, both replica and real weapons plus vehicles including aeroplanes, tanks etc all beneath the surface! For a history buff you could spend hours here retracing the steps of Australia's role in the world wars and other conflicts and even for the lesser interested there's plenty ...
... than Cadence staying there on a 'Canberra Tour'. The other Lords had stayed there so we knew it would be OK but not exactly fancy. We set everything up on the van, awning and annex, knowing Canberra was a pretty cold place, rain was forecast for the following day and there was no recreation room at the park to speak of. Cadence had succumbed to a runny nose but was feeling OK so we decided to tackle one thing that afternoon, the Royal Australian Mint. There are tours you ...
... means absolutely nothing. There could not be a less informative or Canberra-grey-like description than 'Modern Australian" I was dubious but hungry. On entry we were met with the fire hazard yet artistic stairway made of recycled timber. I waited patiently for a man to get off the stairs for my photo but he seemed to be wrapped up in the world of 'industrial chic'. The food, of course was fantastic and we quickly learned that ...
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Packed up and put the route in me gps and off I went. Well....little lesson in how not to just blindly follow a gps.....again As I exited the weird road that got me to the hotel the directiosn werre simple, she said follow the road to the hiway and turn right. Well it turned into a gravel trail....and it did run into the highway....but....there was no intersection....and I was about 15 feet above the highway on a gravel burm......I saw ...