Hotel Kurrajong Canberra
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Banquet room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... has to offer inside my DK book, I wasn't expecting to see much else, however, once we entered and began our tour I can honestly say this was the best museum that specialized in the World Wars. The art work, the reconstructed battle fields, the interactivity, the medals, the stories of those involved, the personal touch of the curator whose family fought in WWI was unreal. Having missed the opening of the Imperial War Museum's WWI exhibition due to its refurbishment ...
... on the roof, amazing 360 degree views, but the most spectacular is looking up Anzac Avenue to the War Memorial.
Not done yet, we walked down the road to old Parliament House, now a museum, but we spent another interesting hour looking through the building, the office of Prime Minister, very humble compared with today's standard but beautiful old furniture and architecture, truly a bygone ...
... came over the pa to inform us that there was a tree down on the line and we were going to be re-routed through the slow suburban line! Canberra at midnight was a welcome sight. Of course the purpose for our visit was as delightful and entertaining as we knew she would be - the vocabulary of a 6 week old baby is immense! So although Canberra has many things to do we didn't sample much of them in this flying visit! We did, ...
... having set a date for the October School Holidays in 2015.
LSH was thinking 2 weeks. I was thinking 3 weeks. Then, someone decided to put me in charge of the itinerary. We are now going to USA for 5 weeks. This exceeds all previous holidays for us. The best effort that LSH and I have managed is 4 weeks in New Zealand before we were married. As a family, we went to Asia (Singapore, ...
I made it! The flights were long, there were a few minor bumps along the way but here I sit in my home for the next four months! It is surreal to actually be here, getting everything together (and remembering which way to look first when crossing the road).
The trip from LA to Auckland was uneventful. After saying goodbye to my parents, crying a little bit in the airport and getting one last drink from Starbucks (they are not nearly as common ...