Clifton Suites on Northbourne
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I loved everything. The people where so nice, the service was great the facilites were also perfect.
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... an architectural style that reflects 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 status in contemporary Asia. China is one of Australia’s most important trading partners.
*There is an overgrown, vacant patch of land with a sign informing ...
... wandered across a small bridge and back into the bush where the kookaburras were chattering away again and we saw more groups of kangaroos.
The guidebook informed us that the end of trail would be signalled by a rising hill and a view across to Brayshaw's Hut - the first hut we visited.
We were getting tired - and my injured leg was getting pretty sore, so we indulged in quite a lot of speculation ...
... br> that ran the bike ride was very impressed with the listening skills of the
group. In fact, the feedback given to Mrs Greenwood was that the group was very
quiet, skilled at bike riding and that as a whole, they knew how to use the
gears (which is rare apparently).
Then, QUESTACON! Wow, it doesn’t stop amazing me how much
students love this place!
As can be seen in the photos and video, lots and lots of fun
was had. Students ...
... That was a great way to start out tour. We got to see most of the buildings and landmarks of Canberra that we would be visiting and it was a nice slow way to start the tour. Lots of photos were taken and the teachers were introduced to a new piece of equipment that made us laugh – the selfie pole – an extendable arm that holds onto your phone or camera so you can take a better “selfie” – made us laugh!
After having ...
Today was our last day in the capital city Canberra! We started off by visiting the US embassy. Security was crazy and we all had to show ID and turn in our phones before we entered the embassy. Once inside we had a Q and A with three embassy employees where we learned about how they deal with foreign public relations. Later that afternoon I went to the Australian Institute of Sport with two other LC athletes and one of ...