Medina Serviced Apartments Canberra
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... were back on the bus and headed for the skitube.
It was at the bottom of the skitube that we hired our snow gear and wrestled with carrying skis and poles.
I have to say that although getting 115 students fitted and changed into snow gear while being armed with skis and poles is never an easy task, today the task was completed exceptionally well. Over the past 4 years that we have been taking Year 6’s to the snow, this year ...
... beelined for the beach; not for a swim though as you may expect. We crossed the bridge over the lake near the beach and took in the sunset by ourselves with no one else to enjoy the views. Once it had set we made it back to the campsite just in time to catch Family Feud, Australia's version of Family Fortunes! It was the first chance I'd had to watch it that week as one of my football managers/players from Leichhardt Saints was on the show! We had a laugh at his expense but they ...
... tea at the Australian War Memorial. The students have been able to explore the memorial and the attached museum to experience and reflect upon the various was Australian troops have fought in. An emotional experience for some.
Tonight we will be attending a mass at St Christopher's Cathederal and keeping warm!
... inland city of Australia, and is the most populated in the Oceana. The lowest recorded temperature was −10.0c on July 11 1971. Light snow falls only once or twice per year, and it is usually not a lot and quickly disappears. And the highest recorded temperature was 42.2 .
... and they said they picked him up about 25k back down the road. I said how could he be left way out here poor old thing. When we got inside I heard them ask if anyone had reported loosing a dog and the chap behind the counter said is he a black dog about this big ect to which they answered yes. Ah he said that's George he lives on the station just back down the road he does this from time to time. We offered to take him back the 25k but the chap said they had to ...