Canberra Carotel Motel & Caravan Park
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to hotel as stated in airport guide. Solved by sharing a taxi with another person also staying at the Crowne Plaza. Next problem despite arriving at 3:30pm our room was not ready! Reception staff were very apologetic and we got a free drink while we waited. As it got to near 5:00pm, we were then told we would now get an upgraded room: result! Now its time to get our bearings. Using the free map from the hotel we managed, eventually, to find our ...
... collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island artwork in the world. The collection is spectacular and is also a must see whilst in Canberra. SG manages to take a few illicit photos to give you an idea of the quality of work on display. ( See photos) In the basement there is an Aboriginal Memorial to commemorate 200 years of European settlement. It was produced by a group of Aborigine artists between 1987-8. There are 200 log ...
... some gardening. Off to C&C's for dinner tonight, ensuring that we get hold of the day/night routine. Lovely to see the family from the oldest to the youngest, with particular attention to the grand-kids. The curtain comes down on Alan & Sonja's European holiday. Many great memories and shared experiences - in English, Portuguese, Spanish, French, & west end. Until our next trip in 2016 to ...
... et al. We did stop off at the Australian War Memorial which also contained an excellent war museum spanning WWI to Afghanistan. Particularly interesting because, quite naturally, it was all about the Australian experience in war. At 5.00 pm they had a wreath laying ceremony, a Colonel gave a dissertation about a soldier who died in the Gallipoli campaign and a bugler played the Last Post. Then the memorial closed for the day. Well ...
presence here in Canberra. His name has been heard at regular times throughout
the trip so far and we recognise that he especially would have loved to be
involved in the War Memorial ceremony this afternoon. We miss you Mr K and we
wish you were here.
Chris Walters and the Canberra team
PS More photos and today's video will be uploaded on the way to the snow tomorrow morning. Stay posted...