Ibis Styles Canberra Narrabundah
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- Swimming pool
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... all the apple was gone though he was no longer interested. He didn’t want the meat or the lettuce that followed. I was chatting to Bella who was a little relieved that she didn’t have to feed the emu!
From there we headed off to the giraffe Hummer. The rest of the kids got to feed him. We did have a first though; Altina took a selfie with the selfie pole of her with Hummer. The zoo keeper commented on the unique request and said that was Hummer’s ...
... 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 ...
... served for their country. Visiting war memorials always puts things back into perspective for me. I couldn't help but think of my own grandfathers who served our beautiful country in the years past. I thank them both dearly and god bless their souls for fighting for our freedom. I am honored to call them my grandfathers. The national gallery was great too but unfortunately we couldn't take any pictures. Our group got split and our guide for ...
... there is actually just too much information and displays etc for them to comprehend. We spent a good few hours learning, discovering and enjoying until we were literally tired in the brain! So, around 2pm we decided we were museum’d out and headed off to find some lunch.
Well, finding some lunch in Canberra is easier said than done, there is no shops! It’s ridiculous! It was bucketing with rain so Jared and I had visions of finding ...
... the National Library of Australia expecting for a quick tour of the place but we end up staying for two hours. The Library had on display maps of the world from as early as the 1500's. Sounds nerdy but we were into it. Denise picked up a new book from a local Australian write while Matt picked up a huge coffee table book containing Maps of War. Since we spent more time then expected in the Library it came time to hit ...