Capital Executive Apartment Hotel Canberra

Address: 108 Northbourne Ave & Cnr Girrahween St, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2601, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 108 Northbourne Ave & Cnr Girrahween St, Canberra, is near Lake Burley Griffin, Batemans Bay, Canberra Museum and Gallery, and Corroboree Park.
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      And so to Canberra

      A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 03, 2015

      7 photos

      ... liberally adorning each one, just like the Tower, except they are staying. All the time we were there they were playing a commentary listing the names and ages of the dead of 62,000 Australian soldiers who died during the First World War. The room dedicated to the unknown soldier is fascinating also. It is lined with thousands of mosaics and has a very ornate domed ceiling. It also has 20 stained glass windows in four groups depicting themes ...

      Gonna Fly Now

      A travel blog entry by paulanddara on Dec 15, 2014

      1 comment, 40 photos

      ... road dropped into. A woman who'd just come out of the water announced that the water was "perfect". After a little more chat she downgraded her assessment to "bearable", but it turned out that she was right the first time. His first ocean swim since the Timor Sea. A fair bit cooler, but apparently just as wonderful. Torquay is a lovely little surfer-dude town, with what look to be oversubscribed surf courses each afternoon following school. It was our first experience in having a ...

      Home sweet home

      A travel blog entry by rhonda.wheen on Nov 06, 2014

      6 photos

      ... through the Adelaide hills then on towards Canberra.

      We are now home sweet home with mixed emotions, it's great to be home but sad this big journey is over.

      we are extremely thankful to have had the opportunity to see so much of Gods amazing creation.

      Thanks all for following, we look forward to catching up with you.

      Love and hugs to you all!

      Pete and Rhonda


      3 more sleeps!!!

      A travel blog entry by luvo on Sep 25, 2014

      What a week!! My neck developed a 'crick' late last week. I madly popped pills to keep me at work - God bless Wardy for those magic anti-inflamatory/paracetamol pills. It's getting better. I can now move it about 30% of full range. Methinks I'll visit medical tomorrow to see if they can hook me up with something.
      Rach did her back in a big way the other day. I had her at home with me yesterday and today. She's on Forte. I told ...

      Chapter Seven - Bawley Point to Canberra

      A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Sep 14, 2014

      4 comments, 43 photos

      ... may be a bit early for the migration, but we should try anyway. May I say now how impressed I am with tourist information in this country. Every city, town and village seems to have an information office. Maybe the Miami area could learn much from here as Miami is totally lacking of tourist information offices in strategic locations.

      We park at the end of a residential street and a path takes us right to the tip of Burrawarra Point. ...