Capital Executive Apartment Hotel Canberra
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... so smoothly so, once again, we were truly blessed.
What happened in our absence??? Obviously Spring has sprung - everything looks so green and the garden is a mass of colour - a massive contrast to the deserts of Dubai and early autumn in Italy. Once again, such a world of contrasts.
So, as we finish, we want ...
... They represent iconic symbols of war and peace such as the poppy, the Southern Cross, two-up and the famous slouch hat. A spectacular sight of great Beauty, and we took lots of photos. There was also live entertainment, food stalls, many handmade and craft stalls in the 'market place', a big wheel and many activities for children. It made for a lovely day ...
... were back on the bus and headed for the skitube.
It was at the bottom of the skitube that we hired our snow gear and wrestled with carrying skis and poles.
I have to say that although getting 115 students fitted and changed into snow gear while being armed with skis and poles is never an easy task, today the task was completed exceptionally well. Over the past 4 years that we have been taking Year 6’s to the snow, this year ...
... east on The Melbourne To Sydney Coastal Drive...it doesn't really have a catchy name like the GOR. With the route a lot longer and not quite on the coast for the vast majority of the duration, it was important that we planned our route in advance. By the time we were on the mainland we still had no idea of where we would be staying that night, nor stopping en route so we just picked up a map and pointed to places. The first (and probably most obvious) location was ...
... didn't get t see it shoot water into the air.
After a spot of lunch, and following the path the long way round as Canberra doesn't seem to have short cuts anywhere, we arrived at ANZAC parade and slowly made our way up, walking past the eleven memorials that commemorate Australia's war efforts. We had planned it perfectly as the sky was clear and the Australian War Memorial looked truly elegant.
Having read and seen the depiction of what the ...