Comfort Inn Airport International
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- Airport Transportation
- Conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... on a Sunday! It was as you'd imagine really, large meeting rooms for the senate and representatives to thrash out their legal/illegal activity, commemorative pictures of primeministers past and present and bits and bobs in terms of artefacts and paintings on display. It also have access to a rooftop garden where beneath the flag flying high above the building you could look out across Canberra and all of its attractions. Just down the road in fact was the original Parliament House ...
... driving for 4 hours and so we better stop. Well I must say that was a waste it turned out to be some sort of logistic centre. Hmm I wonder what goes through there.
So we find out that Riley's flight was on time so it's time to slow up and admit defeat so we stop at Gundagai where we see some Dog on a Tuckerbox.
So we arrive in Canberra without problem and clearly we have been beaten by ...
... we have yet to see surfers. Again our journey was over mountains and beside unbelievable beaches. Lunch was at Surf Beach unfortunately we have yet to see surfers. The camp sites have been amazing, great bathroom/shower facilities excellent kitchen/BBQ areas. Unfortunately the one we chose at Canberra isn't up to that standard and of once you have ...
The Alpine Way
Australia's "high country" comprises of a mountain range high enough to support ski resorts at over 1500 meters and is almost as good as the Alps in Europe. The area of the Australian Alps lies in the north eastern part of Victoria and South Eastern area of New South Wales.
Well known areas are Mount Hotham (1862 m), Mount Buffalo (1723m), Falls Creek (1883m) Mount Buller (1804m) and the largest of them all: ...
The rain has defied all the weather forecasting models and stayed away, so we awoke to a glorious morning. Beth and Maria went to a book fair which is taking place next to the campsite and the boys went off in search of vegetable oil for the car. It's a strange thing to go in and ask for vegetable oil but I'm getting a bit better at doing a short pre-amble then the restraunteur can decide yes or no. To them they are getting rid of a waste product. To me it's a fuel source ...