Clifton Suites on Northbourne
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- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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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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... kangaroos hanging out and THERE THEY WERE!! It was so exciting! It made me incredibly happy to see them- nerdy but true.
It was great to have a guide show me around for a bit and help me get a sense for Canberra and the Uni. I'm looking forward to seeing what else the coming days have to offer- there is talk of going out for a bit tonight, and we're going on a hike tomorrow, which I am very excited for. More opportunities to meet ...
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So many wonderful attractions in Canberra that do not charge any admission, ..of course most of them though you have to pay for parking, but still well worth it.
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... of this blog, today has been a
memorable day of many highlights and learning. It is hard to believe that this
time tomorrow we will be in our own homes, probably fast asleep.
This morning we read quite a few comment from the blog to
the students. They loved them. We will be continuing reading some more tomorrow
morning, however, due to the amount of comments we are unfortunately unable to
read all of them.
Chris Walters and the Canberra team