Capital Executive Apartment Hotel Canberra
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Souter stayed here on Oct 7, 2007 during their trip titled: A Driving Holiday to Melbourne, The Great Ocean Road and Canberra.
... moving experience. We had a tour from a volunteer who walked us past the lists of the soldiers killed in service telling us individual stories about their lives, which helped make it very real. We then looked around the museum which contains plenty of artefacts, planes and vehicles from the various conflicts Australia has taken part in, before attending the memorial ceremony at 5pm. This takes place every day, and involves reading out the story of one of the war ...
We caught a train from goulburn to Canberra it wasn't too far and we were there by half eleven. We managed to find our apartment and as we had trouble getting into the room. The lady who came to help us offered us another room with two beds in!! Another free upgrade :) the apartment was lovely, a proper little kitchen ensure bathroom a balcony everything ...
... imagine how long it took to build.
I had mixed emotions about a museum of war. But I thought they did a great job in showing the impact, big and small war has, and on both sides. I didn't see any glorifying it, though the short film Peter Jackson made, featuring World War One pilots, was bordering on it. Oh Hollywood. I also thought the connection between the war memorial and Parliament House was interesting. There was a great mall separating the ...
Today was a day for the kids...mainly. After visiting a few museums we decided to give the kids a bit of a break and go to Questacon - The National Science and Technology Centre http://www.questacon.edu.au/ Imagine Scitech's big brother and you've got it. It's several winding floors of science exhibits that you can play with and read about including the oceans, earth, stuff to mess ...
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