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... at 1800 the same day to head onto Sydney. We did alot of walking on a hot sunny day where we went into the new parliaments house for our first destination and the ANZAC war museum via a nice chilled walk. Lucy found the day much more interesting than Liam did as politics and history museums made Liam contemplate the option of jumping infront of a bus; joking of course.... At parliaments house we looked around before having tea and scones at the Queens cafe ...
... it is a magical piece of history and amazingly survived the construction of a modern city around it, including Lake Burley Griffin, upon the edge it sits.
With endless museums to explore, we decided to visit only one on our last afternoon. I wanted to visit the Australian Museum of Futuristic Toilets... but Ness swayed me to visit the National Museum of Australia instead, mainly because it had a special exhibition ...
... and got to meet some more cool people, as well as going on an adventure that was just the most awesome thing. I hadn't expected to be able to access outdoor activities quite so easily here in Canberra, but it seems to be not a huge problem to get to some decent hiking and swimming.
Sunday was spent at a spot called Pine Island, which is pretty similar to Kambah Pool. We did some more exploring and swimming- it was again an ...
... 1890, Sydney Nolan Stringybark Creek, Jackson Pollock Blue Poles 1952 and lots more.
We had lunch at the Art Gallery and while trying to leave we walked up to a lift pressed Lower Ground, to get back down to the parking, it stopped for a while so after pressing the phone and a few other buttons we got out on the same floor we had left from. Not good either of us when we are getting tired, ...
... within SA at least ) such as Renmark, Barmera and Berri. Nice enough places with vineyards and offering water sport activities on the River Murray. But we are glad we chose to linger a second night in the Barossa valley.
*Signs warn us about quarantine laws within the Riverland area and in the State of Victoria that we will soon briefly enter. SG bought a whole load of fresh provisions in Tanunda so she is somewhat nervous that the fridge contents may constitute ...