Canberra Carotel Motel & Caravan Park
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... did not realise the heat outside and did not have the air con on, and so we continued to sweat inside. The food was really good though. Day 56 Today we got back on the saddle again and hired bikes to cycle around Lake Burley Griffin. The weather was not meant to be great and so we picked up the bikes early and got cycling straight away. With only a little bit of rain we continued for about 20kms. This was a really nice ride with a stop into ...
... not only in content, but also in its presentation. The Griffins moved to Australia in 1914 to assist in the city’s construction which actually started in 1913. Progress was slow and initially overshadowed by World War 1. Many opponents to the Canberra concept thought the design to be extravagant and impractical. You have to really get a view of the city from an elevated point such as Mt Ainslie to appreciate the magnificence of ...
... the top of the trail - The Waterhole Hut.
A very sparse hut, that seemed quite run-down compared to the others, I took the chance to wash my face with the cool tank water and Sarah and I headed about 50 metres out back to check out the remains of the old stockyards.
At the old stockyards we found a dead, decomposing kangaroo (very smelly). At first I mistook it for a dingo. We debated if it had ...
... br> packing up the bags and getting ready for the last night’s sleep of our great
Funny story time.
Early this morning a few of the male teachers (not me
included, I slept like a baby) heard some noise coming from one of the boys
cabins. Upon inspection, it was found that as one of the boys was making his
way back from an early morning ‘pit stop’ he had stumbled into the wrong cabin.
It is important ...
... all that unrepresentative swill people keep talking about. So we took the boys into the Senate galley about 1.30pm and stayed for an hour which for them was a marathon, but they were very well behaved. Got to see all the Senators up close but under Parliamentary rules, the public galleries aren't allow phones or cameras or iPads or anything really when the House is sitting, so I can't provide any proof of our attendance there. And the boys simply had ...