Rydges Capital Hill Canberra
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... and all hands stayed eerily still, the preceding events proved to be very telling. Let’s just say that the boys’ standard of bed making differs from the adults’ standard to bed making.
The team member of the day award goes to Miss Gonella who dealt with all the students who had 'problems’ on the airplane. All students that survived the trip can thank Miss Gonella for their safe arrival in our nation’s capital. Well done Miss ...
... as 'Deputy Clerks'! We've attached a few photos of this role play.
Our visit to the National Library was just as wonderful. We were taken to the underground floors where every newspaper since 1892 has been stored! The children watched the electronic shelving and saw many, many library books, magazines etc. We even visited 'yesteryear' and saw the 'tube system' in action as our book order was 'sucked' into the system, ...
... bosses, trous et kangourous sautant juste devant le van, aveugles par nos phares. En arrivant a Balranald, on a trouve la moitie de nos meubles demontes dans le van et Bau avait tourne au orange.
Hier, on s'est diriges vers Canberra, c'etait a nouveau un long voyage. Cela nous a pris toute la journee, on est arrives en ville le soir et on a choisi de rester dans un caravan park. On a pris une ...
... to access the roof of the parliament. From there I had a great view over Canberra, the spacious and fairly empty capital city of Australia.
Next stop: Back to Sydney
I am now going back to Sydney for a day and a half before flying back to Melbourne, where my big trip will start on May 6th. My summary of the short trip to Australia's capital: It was worthwhile going there for the museums, although a day and a half or two days are surely enough :-).
... evening, second
exhilarating day, and this hazy and poignant morning, I left the duck pond for
the bright lights of Sydney. I was so excited to return to a place where I
could indulge in food and drink, jump on a bus, and enter the Star Casino; a
place where they have lovely doorstaff and all the Iranian’s you could ever
hope to play poker with.
Faretheewell Canberra, you weird and wonderful place you.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center