Ibis Styles Canberra Narrabundah
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... didn't get t see it shoot water into the air.
After a spot of lunch, and following the path the long way round as Canberra doesn't seem to have short cuts anywhere, we arrived at ANZAC parade and slowly made our way up, walking past the eleven memorials that commemorate Australia's war efforts. We had planned it perfectly as the sky was clear and the Australian War Memorial looked truly elegant.
Having read and seen the depiction of what the ...
... intro to the rigours of travel. What we hadn't counted on was the severe storms raging around New South Wales - Sydney was awash! Fortunately we managed to land after brief delays and got to the centre without mishap. There was even a small send off at Central Station to wish us Bon voyage (thanks P&D) and we were set to settle for the 4hour train ride. Nothing like being stuck in the middle of nowhere for hours after ...
So We Have Decided To Go To USA. Now What?
We had been telling DD1 and DD2 to for some time that we would take them to USA "one day". We were in the car one weekend when DD1 finally said "Well, when is that day going to be?" We realised that she had a point and decided that we needed to set a date and start planning. This was around 2012-2013. So all of a sudden we went from no concrete plans to go to ...
... 3-4 hours sleep!
All too soon we arrived after some excellent service thanks to attentive crew and even the baby in 1A was well behaved.
Pretty smooth transition through immigration (love the electronic version) and customs (who didn't want to take any of my paintings / souvenirs), across to domestic ...
... founder of Tour d'Afrique has been a good friend of Tony Wheeler for a number of years. Tony and his wife Maureen were the founders of Lonely Planet, and they had read an International Herald Tribune article about TDA's Cairo to Cape Town epic a number of years ago. Tony then sponsored a team of Lonely Planet staffers (including himself) to do several sections of the Africa route. So he is a true TDA veteran, and since he knew we were passing through Melbourne, he invited us all to ...