Dickson Parklands Apartment Hotel
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... to Westerman's Hut in the distance. We wouldn't be heading to the hut just yet; it would be our final stop on the way back to the car.
Taking advantage of the peaceful spot and gorgeous view, Sarah and I sat for a while, ate our morning tea of peanut butter / date balls and enjoyed the peace and quiet.
Before long it was time to get back on the trail and head further towards the valley and the ...
... their own $1 coin be made, to be kept as a souvenir.
Parliament House was our next stop where it seems that no expense is spared, our tax dollars hard at work!! Parliament House and the grounds were immaculate. There were security guards around every corner and we were scanned, three times, do we look like the suspicious types? We were lucky enough to see the House of Representatives and the Senate in operation ...
Getting really excited now. Going to start the long trip on the plane tomorrow…..
22 hours on the plane. But they have endless videos on the plane.
Please keep me informed about school.
All the best and next time from Germany or Denmark
... groups went to the National Electoral Education
Centre, Government House and the Australian Mint. Although all three buses did
these activities at different times, we came together to experience the
Australian War Memorial.
It was at this point that Genesis had its highlight of the
trip thus far. Mrs Butcher was approached by staff at the war memorial to be
involved in the last post ceremony at the closing of the ...
... kids got about two hours to play in the snow. There were patches of fine weather but most of the time it was snowing. Good news was that this snow was great for snow men. Alyse and I got to work on one straight away, and with the help of some others we managed to create the largest snowman ever built on an ECC Canberra Trip. Others played with snowballs (Mrs Williams was both a popular target and thrower) and others played on the toboggans. We did have one accident in ...