Ibis Styles Canberra Eaglehawk
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Continental Breakfast
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Good morning! Sorry about the late posting – we have been really busy and had a few internet problems!
So survived day one! Last night we went to the Dinosaur Museum where we saw the history of Australia's Dinosaurs and learnt that everything we see in the Jurassic World …
... to the foot of the Memorial proper, along the line of sight from Parliament House. It separates the residential suburbs of Campbell and Reid and is fairly heavily trafficked as a route between northeast Canberra and Kings Avenue Bridge. Along each side of the Parade is a row of monuments commemorating specific military campaigns or services, such as the Vietnam War and Australia's wartime nurses. The monuments are mostly sculptures in ...
... our plans - but not drastically. Instead we were to get to New Parliament house for 11:00AM and complete the Lonely Plant walk after and see if we could make the last Australian War Memorial tour for 14:00.
As we left the YHA there was a fog that covered the city and didn't seem to be going anywhere in a hurry. We got the bus to Parliament house and as we walked up Federation mall I was a bit gutted as you couldn't really see the building in all its glory ...
... you are into SA as every kilometer they have a peg, good idea I guess if you have to let someone know where exactly you are located. Had another bush camp at the 222 peg rest area. Only one one other caravan pulled up with us for the night. Our next night was a great little free camp at a place called Minnipa (home of the concrete crappa) their saying not mine. A small town which will celebrate its 100 years this coming September. Still in SA having passed ...
... enough Burt Bacharach... it was time to hit the road and make an epic journey across three States to Adelaide. It would take two days of driving, but we heard Adelaide was worth it.
Our first stop for fuel was at a place called Wagga Wagga. When we pulled into the petrol station forecourt, it looked closed and we saw the proprietor taking various signs and forecourt accessories into the shop. "Are you open?" I ...