Aria Hotel Canberra
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Our drive from Cessnock to Canberra turned out to be quite an interesting one. We picked up a hire car in Cessnock and decided to get an E-tag for the tolls around Sydney. That took a bit longer than expected but we eventually got it in our hands and set off to Canberra. After a short break at Gosford for some lunch, Ken programmed the GPS for …
... stay in a rest area by the side of the road, to try out our free camping. As evening started to set in we were just short of Albury, but no - we had to push on past Albury, the first rest area being 30 kms later. By the time we pulled in it was pitch dark.
We had dinner and settled in for the night. It wasn't until the next morning that we could actually see where we were. It was a very pleasant area of rolling hills and cattle farmers. We had ...
... people I think!) it is like Scitech on drugs!! It’s an insane science and technology museum but it’s all completely kid-oriented and there is about 6 floors of it. Jude was absolutely loving it especially considering the first room we went into contained the "Free Fall Slide". Of course Jude was there in a heartbeat! You had to put on these overalls, climb to the top of some stairs and then hang by your hands over a gap and then let go! You ...
It was a really nice start to the day having breakfast in Manuka with some long lost friends from the Army - Simon Johnstone and Sue Dillion. It was great to catch up.
Then we were off to another BMX track. Michael learnt during the AIS tour that they use the track at Tuggeranong BMX club so we had to squeeze a visit and ride in. All the boys got their bikes out and had a ball with Michael ...
... It's the bird emblem of the ACT and Canberra and is supposedly often seen in the inner suburbs and at Mount Ainslie, well not today it wasn't...I did literally stumble upon a male and female pair of Red Rumped Parrots though, tick!
It's been great here in Canberra and I know we could have spent a few more days enjoying all the different sights, but it's onward to Sydney tomorrow.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAria Hotel Canberra
This is a great apartment hotel which shares some facilities with the nearby Pavilion Hotel. Our one bedroom apartment was modern, light and spacious with a good kitchen. It is a decent walk into the city centre (Civic) but is a shortish walk to Dickson where there is a small Chinatown and a reasonable shopping centre.
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