Alpha Hotel Canberra
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... items from a shop using both forms of currency and the grandparents will recall the TV and radio jingle used to promote the changeover in 1966. Seeing how original designs are turned into actual coins was fascinating and we enjoyed our trip to the Mint, leaving with an ANZAC commemorative coin. On Wednesday morning we went to Questscon, the National Science Museum. It's like Scitech but much bigger and the children couldn't wait to get in there. There were a number of ...
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The next day, after what must have been a 20 minute wait for a roadside bacon & egg roll, Katy and I 'did brunch' with some other Canberra locals, Brenton and Bec in a what appeared to once be a jazz lounge. Bec, a talented musician invited us put to a 'gig' held in up in the old Mt Stromlo Observatory for that evening. I've never been cool enough to know about gigs or any musical experiences so was ...
... galleries representing different periods of Australia's history. There was also a special exhibition titled "Uncommon Australians: The vision of Gordon and Marilyn Darling" which showcases portraits acquired through the generosity of the National Portrait Gallery’s Founding Patrons, L Gordon Darling AC CMG and Marilyn Darling AC; and pays tribute to the Darlings’ persistence in turning their private dream of a gallery of portraits of ...
... time to begin our homeward journey. The usual roads used to get from this coastal area to the Hume Highway for the trip back to Victoria have many steep bends and while I'd have no problem tackling them, it was suggested to me on an online caravan forum before we'd left that we might find an alternative route via Nowra, Nerriga, Tarago and Bungendore to Canberra more relaxing. Looking at most maps it looks like this may involve use ...
... and far enough away for he traffic noise not to be of bother to us. Paul had a good fosic about and found some very old bottles left behind from a by gone era. 2nd day we camped at Fraser Range Caravan Park, which was pretty full up, but had very good facilities. We pulled up at Balladonia Roadhouse to have a cuppa, and just as we did a young couple pulled in coming from the east they had a nice old black dog tied on to their trailer. I said he looks like a nice ...