Medina Serviced Apartments Canberra, James Court
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... It was a beautiful drive but with the sun behind the mountains that lined the coast, it could've been mistaken for dusk rather than mid morning! We drove for a while before making our first stop in the town of Lorne, one of the larger populations on this particular stretch. Here we took in the beach, a lookout which really did put in to perspective how close the road was to the ocean below you and a nice waterfall up in the hills. Our next stop was Airley's Inlet which ...
Despite missing out on the Australian War Memorial tour, we had seen quite a bit and once we had returned to our room having eaten, we planned out the next day where we would certainly visit any missed itinerary details from today as well as getting to do a highlights tour at the National Museum of Australia. This sounded all well and good, but it relied on one aspect to ensure we could complete our Canberra visit - getting up!
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... sort of) canvas and a Drifta pull out kitchen. With awning and side walls and well loved and looked after by the Boxhall family until we bought it from them. Good way to travel. Charlie & The Chocolate Factory a great read aloud enjoyed by all as we drove up the Stuart Highway and a few camp spots with lots of flies. Car clutch- The BGC decided a new one was in order just south of Ballarat VIC. Burning followed by the car cutting out completely meant a tow, a huge ...
... the Your First Visit website was Disney's Wilderness Lodge. This is actually quite reasonably priced for a deluxe hotel. We did some research and decided that this would be our Disney hotel. We originally booked a standard room. In order to take advantage of the Free Disney Dining Plan, we had to upgrade to a Woods View Room.
We found the WDW Info website to be a great source of ...
... and think about it carefully.
In the end, we opted for the "everyone gets a say" approach. We also realised that we would be losing precious tourist time every time we uprooted ourselves to travel to a new location. So we ditched the excitement whilst we tried to cull the itinerary.
So, where did we really want to go? Disneyland was definitely on the list. Or so we thought, until LSH pointed out ...