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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... time to visit this place.
Next was the visit to New Parliament House, another amazing building, it is just so imposing from the outside and on the inside it is truly beautiful. Bit of a wait to get through security, passed the hoards of school children visiting with their schools, and just the many adults like us just wandering around, a very busy place. Did a tour with a guide then ...
Yeah! We slept in until 5:00 am! We drove to Vincentia for breakfast and another fantastic coffee. We strolled down to Collingwood Beach and snapped a picture of the sign as Collingwood is the name of the place I work at. We then drove to Hyams Beach which is supposedly the whitest sand beach in the world. I would say that it comes a close second to Sarasota in Florida which also makes the same claim. ...
February 20th to 26th Canberra. Not many international tourists visit Canberra, nor Australian ones either despite it being the capital city. Most people prefer Melbourne or Sydney, the two rivals. There is an element of Milton Keynes about it: built from scratch to a design in an era that seemed to understand private automobiles were going to dominate transport and link the various elements. There are plenty of grand vistas, a large central lake, parks and open spaces and ...
... size of the table in the British House of Commons - sized to prevent a sword reaching the other size at arms length. Quite appropriate given what we saw today. After Don's own QT with the children (Milly asked what does a backbencher do!) he took us to see the Liberal party room - something not many people get to see. Don even had a little tiff with the Whip's office to make it happen. Many thanks to Don Randall MP for making it a special ...
... over stones, and reached what is called 'London Bridge Homestead' It was made using a variety of materials and techniques over a 100-year
period and looking through the fence it’s clear to see at least five
architectural styles here – including original 1860s stone cottage and
slab hut to more recent cement and weatherboard buildings.
Had diinner sitting outside the old Woolshed before heading home.