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 …
We had our small blow heater operating all night at a low speed. It certainly changed our internal climate from a nose freezing experience of the last couple of weeks to a very comfortable environment.
4/7/13 - 7/7/13
For the first half of today we visited the National Museum of Australia which had many interesting displays from early Aboriginal culture up to recent Australian events.
... Canberra at this time of the year are incredible. Everywhere you look there is such a mix of red, orange and yellow colours that it's hard to comprehend. One section where we walked around the Lake had a strip of trees that were on fire with colour. We just don't get those colours in Perth, well not where we hang out anyway,
After lunch and some illegal sculpture climbing we made our way around to the Telstra Tower on Black Mountain for a great view of ...
... put Bondi to shame. Natalie and I hustled down to the sand, dropped down to whatever we could swim in and ran into the warm water. There was no better feeling in the world.
We packed up our things after enjoying the beach, and even taking a leap off the waterfall, and continued on our journey. It was already around 2 in the afternoon and we had barely made it out of Sydney. But in our minds that didn’t matter. Our home was now our car.
... packed our stuff, loaded up the car then loaded up our bellies at Pancake Parlour.
mmmmm... Pancake Parlour. I had been craving pancakes all weekend and this place was perfect.
Everyone collapsed into the booth and sat with sunnies still on their faces choosing which dish they would keep down and it would be sufficient enough to line their stomachs and soak up the excess alcohol from the night before.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.