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... 100 years commemoration I can't really compare, but this was easily the best museum I have been to date and despite the tour itself focused solely on WWI, whereas the building catered for exhibitions on WWII and more modern wars, I genuinely enjoyed every minute of it.
We then went for a light walk around the Second World War Gallery before being treated to a light show in the Aircraft Hall before returning to the entrance and revisiting the Pool of Reflection ...
Off to Canberra today, not looking forward to the freeways, but here we go......
Made it, a bit scary, so much fast traffic and roads going off everywhere, but arrived at Musgrove Street Chapman around 4pm. Staying with old school friend Helen and husband Ian in a very pretty outer suburb of Canberra.
... to get to our favourite Canberra restaurant, catch up with an old friend for morning tea in a decadent bakery and spend an interesting couple of hours at the museum of democracy _ old Parliament House. The annual 'Behind The Lines' exhibition of political cartoons is always good for a laugh! In fact the follies of political life should be laughed at! So tomorrow we are off to Melbourne to pick up our international flight - bye ...
... and Hong Kong) for 3 weeks in 2010 (very happy that we do not have to take a pram with us on this holiday; ecstatic, in fact!)
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We are all so keen on experiencing everything that the itinerary was going a bit wild at first. We knew we wanted to go to Disneyland but all of a sudden, we realised that we wanted to go to Cancun, New York, San Francisco, Washington, Philadelphia, and so ...
... br> National Library of Australia
I had intended to also include the ‘National Museum of Australia’ and the ‘Australian War Memorial’ but as Questacon was so good I spent over 4 hours there only leaving me enough time to visit the other attractions in close proximity. Questacon was the only one I needed to pay to get in at $17.50 Concession which was well worth it. The Museum is huge and packed ...