Belconnen Hotel/Motel and Serviced Apartments
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After leaving Cowra we travelled through Boorawa, Yass and Murrumbateman before arriving in Canberra. We have spent 3 nights here so we could explore. Rob spent a day at the War Memorial while the dogs and I explored anything and everything we could that was dog friendly. I got to explore the War Memorial the next afternoon while Rob did the dog sitting. While the buildings aren't that old, it was still great to explore this city. Such beautiful ...
... of styles ranging from naturalistic to modern. The symbolic association of the two nations is carried forward in the vegetation decorating ANZAC Parade. Long beds of New Zealand Hebe shrubs line the middle of the avenue, and behind the two rows of monuments are narrow bands of Australian eucalyptus trees.
For dinner we ventured over to the Kingston Pub for a family dinner and this Pub was in walking distance from our accommodation. ...
Today we are flying home!
To say that there were a few tired faces this morning would
be considered an understatement. As I sat eating my eggs, bacon and pancakes I
scanned the faces that surrounded me and they were particularly tired. Despite
this however, we soldered on, packed our bags, threw them on the bus and headed
off to Government House.
It was a lovely tour of the residence of His Excellency,
... seal colony in Australia just over the water on The Nobbies, we had hoped to see one down on the shore. Unfortunately it didn't materialise that way but we did meet a lovely couple who gave us a lot of recommendations for our journey through to Sydney. From The Nobbies it's just a short drive back up part of the peninsula to the main attraction of the island and in all honesty our reason for coming; The Penguin Parade. A purpose built centre, it provides people with an opportunity ...
... the Australian flag which stands a few meters in the air above the entrance, was hidden. We weren't too disheartened as we had a funny feeling it would clear up by the afternoon and headed inside. It was a really well thought out and well designed building as everything from the pillars in the foyer to its shape, all had some reference to Australia - whether it was a historical memento or a political reference it all meant something - and at $1.1billion it took to ...