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Last night everyone ended up going to dinner together and enjoying each other's company as we sat around and ate! It was a nice relaxed time where we simply shared our favorites from the day. While we were waiting for our food on of the workers came over and gave us free doughnuts to apologize for the food taking so long to be ready. It was a nice little surprise and much appreciated by us all. After dinner we all headed back to the hotel to get ready ...
... don't use the fireplace) here K and B have a heating system. They don't use it steady and certainly not at all in the day but she did have to turn it on last night to make things a bit warmer for an hour or so. The kids were all a bit tuckered out last night bit after a great sleep they were raring to go this morning and had a blast playing early this morning on the trampoline. Addison was fired up to get to feed Tully and Sag was so impressed he started ...
... which is interesting, as there is a betting shop in the bar, next to an upmarket restaurant. Canberra is a very modern city, not a lot of charm to it unlike Melbourne. Tomorrow, we move on to Sydney via the coast road and lunch at Rick Steins restaurant at Mollymook. So a long stretch to travel, and an early morning in store to navigate out of Canberra. Updated 9.25pm just back to the room after dinner - ...
... it randomly whilst looking for kangaroos. It had miles of beautiful valleys and a waterfall which separated it. It was good on the eyes.
Later we drove to Canberra and went grocery shopping. Micheal let me choose most of the food we bought, I want to cook some traditional English dishes in the week so bought ingredients for that.
We then drove home. It was dark so I couldn't see the house and surroundings so well but I ...
... it. So, some land was chosen in 1909, a grand architectural plan was drawn up, and constriction started in 1913.
Just over 100 years later, Canberra boasts getting on for 400,000 people, but the spread out, tree-lined nature of the city means you never really feel like you're properly in a conurbation of that size. The landscape is dominated by the man-made Lake Burley Griffin, which provides some much needed water-scape to this rarest of beasts - an ...
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