Hotel Kurrajong Canberra
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... could walk down to the beach at the bottom of the cliffs but we decide that was too much like hard work and continued on after a quick look. It was at this point that the scenery changed massively as the road moved in land slightly and we started to climb through forests and with the road lined with tall trees lining the route the views fell by the way side. That was until you reached the top of a mountain and the canopy would part providing astounding views over the forests and out ...
... weren't able to fly out until 3.30pm due to fog so the game is on. There is a chance for Jayco Jack and Percy Prado after all. We stop for our race photo when Peter attempts a very failed Toyota jump. Hmm he even manages to smash his phone. I kept that very fine phone (iphone 4) safe for 4 years and with the flutter of his shorts smashed! I have included a photograph of a succesful attempt of a Toyota jump just ...
... we fly out.
One thing to be wary of is that there seem to be legalised ticket resellers in NYC. It is not always easy to tell from their websites that they are resellers and their tickets are often significantly more expensive than the face value of the ticket. As such, when we pre-booked our tickets, we went to the official websites for each show and found the official ticket seller from that website. We ...
... paint thrown at them. The Canberra museum and gallery, though small tried hard to be interesting and the staff were very helpful about buses. The Museum of Australia, a bit of a walk away, was big on Aboriginal history and had some other interesting elements but the building itself was ugly and quite difficult to negotiate. The big surprise was the war memorial which, had we not read about it we would never have gone to. Who walks for forty five minutes through a suburb to ...
... star player Quade Cooper is injured so Hunt takes the playmaker role at fly half. The game kicks off and Canberra score immediately and then don't stop scoring. The referee consistently helps the Brumbies, help which they patently don't need. Half time rolls round and I part with $4.50 for a minuscule bottle of water. Cider is priced eye wateringly at $8.50. Normally I would pay without thinking but our budgets dictate otherwise. Sport is increasingly a rip off, it ...