Aria Hotel Canberra
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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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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 …
... had a heart attack or something and went into a panic attack when she got no response.
I'd was half asleep when I alerted the cabin crew and then felt for his pulse which I could feel on his neck but it was very week. He still had colour in his face and I thought I could feel him breathing but his eyes were wild open but no response still. At this stage his wife was having a full on hysterical panic attack believing ...
... target for a little bit and then went back to the hotel to relax and I did my first load of laundry. It was actually really simple and I am glad I got it out of the way for Sydney.
Earlier in the week we explored the hostel and it had a deck that had some hammocks and a grill. So our professors who are amazing, decided that they would cook for us! So we had an amazing cookout, and I tried my first kangaroo. It was actually really good and ...
Another leisurely start to the day after sleeping at Annette's place. Did our first load of washing since we left Hobart so we hoped that it didn't rain as was the forecast for today. With prayers said, we set off for some more 'touristy' things to do.
First off we went to Telstra Tower at Black Mountain. This amazing tower is one of the highest structures in Canberra. We went up in an elevator to the Observation level which ...
... I am trying to finish off now.
I'm starting to think about packing and what I'll need to bring. As you could probably imagine packing for 13 months, including things I'll need at camp and things I'll need at uni, is quite difficult. Though I have been called the 'Mary Poppins Lady' before due to my ability to squeeze anything into a bag. So I should be able to fit in all the essentials. I'm also starting to cross off all of ...