Bentley Suites

Address: Cnr Canberra Ave. & Dominion Court, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2603, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cnr Canberra Ave. & Dominion Court, Canberra, is near National Gallery of Australia, Parliament House, Old Parliament House, and Parliament House.
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      The wait begins...again

      A travel blog entry by shirtz on Jan 11, 2015

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      ... Belize. then onto caye caulker to dive blue hole and then back to the mainland to hit the jungles and peaks of Guatamala and see tikal. After that i bid farewell to my little travel buddy and head to Honduras for 2 weeks of diving on the Bay islands. Total trip about 6 weeks.

      Its been a little while since i went on a trip and a while longer since i had a travel buddy. lets read on :)

      Next stop mexico city

      Canberra, Australia’s Capital

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... style to reflect their cultural heritage. In particular we like the Indonesian, Indian and S. African Embassies. The Chinese Embassy is huge with ornate roofing. It is located opposite the British High Commission which is no doubt a reflection of China’s contemporary status. It is one of Australia’s most important trading partners.

      *There is an overgrown, vacant patch of land with a sign that informs that it is the ...


      A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... ended by taking the bus back to the hotel. On Saturday and Sunday they use a different route. So we got off the bus in the wrong place. However, thanks to Gladys, i put her into "walk mode" and in no time we had extricated ourselves from some God forsaken subdivision and arrived back unscathed and ready for a glass of wine to celebrate our navigational success.

      Tomorrow we head for the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, a 350 k drive.


      Roll the credits

      A travel blog entry by julieandnick on Oct 09, 2014


      ... from Saint Richard. Trains, buses and trams everywhere. A few boats and a sulky ride in Ireland. Note: Avoid Nottingham bus lanes as they are for buses only. Food: cod and chips, Cornish pasties, Cornish cream teas and special Amsterdam cake. Accommodation: Southwell thanks to generosity of MDSIL. Rainworth courtesy of Cousin Louise and Saint Richard. Many hotels of varying standards throughout UK and Europe. Overseas ...

      Yankee Hat, Aboriginal Rock Art

      A travel blog entry by joanne.schwenke on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... Creek which runs through the swamp, we spent awhile trying to see any fresh water crayfish or other small fish, but didn't catch a glimpse, we heard frogs, but of course as soon as you get close they either see you or sense you, sneeking up on them.

      On our way back to Canberra we pulled into more side roads, one was for Honeysuckle Campgrounds, well.....we ended up climbing a mountain in the car, 1120m above sea level, to find the Honeysuckle ...