Canberra Carotel Motel & Caravan Park
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Late morning in bed after yesterday's busy day. The boys have been spoilt with chocolate croissants. The visit to the AIS was very informative. The boys enjoyed the 30 minutes in the sports activity room. We did wonder at the millions of dollars that we as a country are spending just to win Olympic medals. Or is the Institute also contributing to …
... probably from Yamba! (see 'Brisbane & Gold Coast' entry to understand this joke) Inside the Great Hall where foreign dignitaries are entertained over lavish banquets, a huge tapestry covers the back wall which took 16 people over 2 years to complete. It wasn’t because the artists were lazy taking every Friday off, it was an extremely detailed tapestry!
We escorted through the centre of the building ...
... br> The next day we visited Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and got to see koalas and wallabies which was exciting, it was a lovely walk and we were lucky to have great hot weather all weekend. Although we had lunch in the park and poor little Olivia (who was in the wars that week) went down the slide on her tummy and got a friction burn on her foot, so she had to limp for the rest of the afternoon, not a ...
... for walks and giving tummy rubs,he would just roll over whenever he felt like it!!!! And when he knew it was ‘walkies’time it was brilliant, he would repeatedly launch himself up in the air like a kangaroo on a pogo stick!!!! For the first ten minutes of a walk his little legs would be going like a Road Runner until he was out of puff and would be gazing ...
... on a bench amongst tall Himalayan Cedars, in the Forest.
On our drive home we pulled into 'the Black Tower Peninsula', big area of bbqs, sandy areas for swimming on Lake Burley Griffith, we ended up walking around and enjoying the quiet, saw a mother black swan and cygnet (baby).
Merv took us into a place called Yarralumla, we drove down a road and came to the
Governor-General's official residence, looked gorgeous, but of course we ...