Ibis Styles Canberra Narrabundah
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... We walked over a bridge to an Island called 'Aspen Island" and saw the National Carillon, a Carillon is a musical instrument, of bronze bells, this one has 55 bronze bells which is large by world standards, there is a programme for concerts being played during the winter months, we will try to attend one.
There is a lot of exploring to do around the Lake yet, more weekends to come.
... tea, we jumped on the bus to head to the National Film and Sound Archives where students watched a number of historic pieces of film. Students watched the first ever piece of moving footage taken in Australia during the Melbourne Cup through to parts of the original movie of Ned Kelly through to original Skippy and finishing with one of the most successful ad campaigns in Australia – Dump Ways to Die. Some students felt that sitting in front of a big screen ...
... the quality of this film has deteriorated due to its age, we were still treated to about five minutes of it! The armour worn by the character of Ned Kelly in the movie was the original armour worn by the bushranger himself! We saw excerpts of ‘Skippy’ and other iconic Australian film and TV.
What a wonderful day, capped off by a nice warm meal and a video!
... and hitch a ride the next day. Took some photos crossing the SA :WA border. Sadly it was during the next stretch of our drive that Mum passed away. I rang from a phone box at Madura, not having any signal as we passed Eucla and Mundrabilla to hear that she had passed away. A happy release for her, but so sad for all of us. The scenery changed over the border with the appearance of the ranges on the right and with the Hampton Tablelands behind. We went up a lookout and took photos ...
... The building is on a staggering scale, with lots of space. There are some other nice architectural touches - a series of double doors line up from the front of the building to the Prime Minister's office at the back, and when they are all open the PM is able to look out straight along the land axis across to the Australian War Memorial as a reminder of the cost of taking the nation to war.
Talking of which, our next stop was the War Memorial, which was ...