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
TravelPod Member ReviewsMedina Serviced Apartments Canberra, James Court
Apartment, with lounge area, table and chairs, kitchen including dish washer. In bathroom jacuzzi bath, washer and drier
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Up early and ready for going on the tourist bus. It sets off at 9.30am from two blocks away on other side of road. However we don't feel like rushing so we go on the next one which is 11am. We go for breakfast at McCafe just have cheese and ham toasties and a coffee.. Wait for bus which takes an hour to do a loop. It is a small bus and there's just …
... At the Wintersun Caravan Park laundry, I found an iron and did my first ironing for months - pressing trousers and a shirt for Tony to wear to the theatre! We went to the only Alice Springs performance of a play based on the meeting of a Sydney woman and an Alice indigenous woman, set in Alice with the Beanie Festival and Health issues as themes. It was another view of life in this artistically vibrant centre. We drove into the Western McDonnell Range to the exemplary Desert ...
... paid out and needed to find a new place to live.
The new place is a lot bigger and very comfortable so I am very lucky to have friends like them.
The first few days I settled into the place and caught up with my ex-wife's parents as they always send birthday and Xmas cards to me and they always seem happy to see me, which is nice.
... and to take centre stage for The Last Post Ceremony. Once again this year, the students looked their very best and represented the school in an outstanding manner. We had the pleasure of hearing and reflecting on the story of Private Arthur Walter Page who lost his life in World War 1 at the age of 27.
This time of refection is always an important as it reminded us of the sacrifice that Australian diggers have made over many years and let us remember how fortunate we are to ...
... hand and you'd never think that they would fit looking at them! The path then fell away back to the van and we set course for Mallacoota. The initial drive from Buchan to the main road was very windy around the mountains which seems to be a common denominator in the roads around rural Victoria but it was again very pretty. The then stretch of main road heading towards the border with New South Wales had been described as "the most boring road in Australia" during our research, which ...