Ibis Styles Canberra Eaglehawk
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... worked in the production of coins.
The sound of $75 000 worth of coins being poured by ‘Titan’ was music to
our ears! ‘Titan’ even celebrated his
great work with a little victory dance.
We were however, disappointed that we weren’t able to take it all home!
Our next stop was Parliament House, where we braved the cold
and drizzly conditions to get our traditional group ...
... off.....and tonight she said to Leo "this is Sag, he is hilarious". But what i love the most is that after her mother tucks her in every night she says to her mom "please send Cherie in, and ask her nicely :) " which is just glorious....she needs a little cuddle from me and we seem to have been able to connect in such a nice way. Looking forward to hearing what you are all up to. As my friend Lindsay would say, what are you all having for breakfast? ...
One week in Canberra as of this afternoon and settled in to my new space early this week.
Two bedrooms, with the original plan to use the 2nd bedroom as my office. Set up didn't feel right so have taken over a bit of the lounge room. Means I have to keep things tidy, but that's not too hard... May change the set up when it gets colder, will see...
Of course, had to reorganise the kitchen and the furniture until it all felt right. ...
... see where everything is and how it all works. Scott was impressed that not only could we park our car underneath Parliament House (without height restrictions) but that it was also free to park and free to tour! Old Parliament House was really cool too, the building itself is still in great shape and the halls and rooms have real character. We got to go into the PM's old office, Bob Hawke being the last pres to use it before they moved. In both houses ...
... House http://moadoph.gov.au/. This was a fantastic look into our past and present form of governing Australia, and how the Old Parliament House worked. We did a guided your which took us through the Senate first and where everyone sat, the rooms where decisions are made and when opening parliament for the year, the Queen sat on a few occassions. Going through more rooms then to the House of ...