Ibis Styles Canberra Eaglehawk
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
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... than Cadence staying there on a 'Canberra Tour'. The other Lords had stayed there so we knew it would be OK but not exactly fancy. We set everything up on the van, awning and annex, knowing Canberra was a pretty cold place, rain was forecast for the following day and there was no recreation room at the park to speak of. Cadence had succumbed to a runny nose but was feeling OK so we decided to tackle one thing that afternoon, the Royal Australian Mint. There are tours you ...
... of the city.
Keep it up Australia… I am falling for you…
Kids did the following presentations: Emma bungy jumping, Katie earthquakes, Evan volcanoes. If you are interested in seeing these we would be love to send them to you.
******Things that Emma, Katie, and Evan learned on Macka’s farm*******
1. Black chickens lay cream-colored eggs.
2. Brown chickens lay brown eggs.
... 8216;You fill up my senses like a gallon of Magnet’ etc I scrambled again to uncover the phone and found it was my cousin Chris ringing from Sheffield. At least I had managed some revenge on my roommate. God knows what he made of the Greasy Butty song at full volume.
A few peaceful hours then my Indian mate gets ants in his pants. Up – light on – light off – leave the room – back in room ...
... a 90 minute long tour of some of the War Memorial. The new, refurbished WW1 gallery is so well worth a visit. The boys found the names of the family members who gave their lives in WW1 ...John Patrick Fahey and John Samuel Stockdale. We really need to go back for another half day. We are all tired tonight..sore feet,too..so tomorrow will have a slower day. So glad we decided to come this year whilst we still have the energy( of sorts) to keep up with the ...
and for the last blog for our amazing trip... after 18000kms!!
we made it across the nullarbor and on to the Barossa Vallley, tried ourselves some wine before heading in to Adelaide. So excited to catch up with some friends in Adelaide, Pete Fraser who kindly lent us some of his abundant floor space (just moved in and no furniture yet). and then a catch up with the Saunders!