Healesville Motor Inn
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Listened to the dukes of despair all pm, great hillbilly rock
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Canberra, a mixed bag We reluctantly left Deana and Paul, on Wednesday and headed for Canberra by car having negotiated Sydney's streets. TC was keen to see this country's capital city and we arrived early afternoon, and after a swim in a local pool, settled into a hotel in the CBD ( which is what everybody here call their town centres.) Canberra …
... chose their take-away option of choice and we sat under a tree in the shade to eat. It was a most relaxing day, giving sore legs, butts, hands and backs a chance to at least partially recover. If only there wasn't the knowledge that there is a looooong day of hill climbing tomorrow. Early to bed because - 95km and some long climbs coming ...
... idea where the house was after all this touring around. Murray & Julie have two adult boys who work the property with Murray now tagging along. Both boys have old houses on the property, one being the original home and the other on a property that they have bought. Back to the home, Julie whipped up a lovely country meal and then she had to have a snooze as she was on nursing duty at the Peak Hill Hospital at 11 p.m.
Next morning, we met ...
... that died in this war. On November 11, at 11 am, a hole in the structure allows a beam of sunlight to travel across a stone in the floor that has the words "Greater Love Hath No Man" and shines on the word Love. Every half hour, there is a service where an artificial light simulates this beam while taps plays in the background. We then walked over to the Royal Botanical Gardens for a quick walk around (and coffee) and back on the bus. But, the most exciting part of ...
... just confirms that I want to live in a small town! So my style! At the gold mine we took a tour of an underground mine where we got to see some real gold, watch a video and see where the miners ate and worked. It was not good for people who were closterphobic to say the least! It was cool to see all the people dressed up and working. I went in to this amazing shop where a woman was hand making candles and soap..I bought a few candles.. And soap! We had lunch at ...