Ibis Styles Canberra Eaglehawk
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
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... some very cold nights, last Saturday night is was minus 6 degrees, we had a few of those and hopefully we have left them behind us now. Mark tried twice to hit other vehicles while we were there and was finally successful on his third attempt, a new bull bar and winch on our vehicle and a new tow bar on the other was the outcome. On our quiet nights we took the opportunity to watch the first 4 seasons of Call the Midwife, a really great series. Marks hearing ...
... and Olivia on our caravanning adventure in 1999. The Memorial has become so high tech and interactive since our last visit. Many of the exhibits make you feel like you are part of the war. From landing a helicopter in Vietnam to traversing the muddy trenches in WW1, then being on the bridge of the HMAS Brisbane. The staff are extremely knowledgeable and eager to assist with looking up enlisted family member’s history. It was emotional to see Grandma and ...
... on a bench amongst tall Himalayan Cedars, in the Forest.
On our drive home we pulled into 'the Black Tower Peninsula', big area of bbqs, sandy areas for swimming on Lake Burley Griffith, we ended up walking around and enjoying the quiet, saw a mother black swan and cygnet (baby).
Merv took us into a place called Yarralumla, we drove down a road and came to the
Governor-General's official residence, looked gorgeous, but of course we ...
... Bunker Museum • Rothenburg • Singapore - amazing modern architecture • Bavaria and Budapest amazing Baroque period architecture. Noted: 1. Hitler failed but McDonalds has conquered the world. 2. There are pigeons all over the world. 3. Over long plane flights. 4. Australia has the best water and great coffee. 5. Great to be away from smokers. 6. Wherever there is a river people fish. This is the last post in memory of our trip of a life ...
As we wrap up the first day of our Canberra adventure it is
hard to believe that the first day is nearly done and dusted. Yet, what a great
first day it has been.
The cold early start seemed to be tempered with much
enthusiasm and excitement and as we departed the Genesis premises the buses
were filled with an air of expectation that the coming week was going to be a
For the people travelling on the chartered flight, from ...