Medina Serviced Apartments Canberra
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... very difficult to find accommodation in New York city that was a) bigger than a shoe box, b) fitted a family of four and c) didn't cost the earth.
In the end, we settled on the recommendation of a friend, because we just became too depressed by the cost. We have ended up with some accommodation in Times Square that we believe we will be fairly happy with.
The only reason that ...
... to parliament on the treatment of immigrants who land on the shores of Australia. Mr Abbott and the government has attacked the Commissioner personally for the damaging report and now there are reports the government has offered her an assignment overseas...so now the matter is being handed over to the courts...a bribe maybe? And Jacquie confirmed the government is a leaky sieve for rumours. She also commented that one government recently had gotten "shouted ...
... QP if there is one on a Friday. He seems now when he isn't in biking gear then he is trying to throw a Senator out to pasture...but I might have gotten my stories mixed up. It is a coalition remember so lots of laundry seems to hang out, unlike in Harperland.
We took a mile stroll tonight for dinner...over to the shops of Dickson...and found clustered in a large several block area about 30 restaurants, happily 25 are Asian and 2 ...
... but no real soul. The centre, if it exists, is a shopping mall with its environs having the feel of a deserted English sixties development. Despite this everyone there is trying very hard to like the place. We were only here slightly by accident but also out of curiosity and it came up with some surprises. While visiting a market which was not greatly exciting, some distance out of town, everything was out of town, we came upon a glass blowing exhibition which was brilliant. ...
... to give up their used vegetable oil. We had a super 6 days being cultural and visiting the War Memorial, National museum and art gallery, Parliament House, Royal Mint and the Botanic Gardens. We even squeezed in a disappointing season opener for the Reds v Brumbies ( score best forgotten ) and an evening of horses at Trots or Harness Racing. We were unable to secure tickets for the Canberra opener of the 2015 World Cup Cricket and ...