Medina Serviced Apartments Canberra
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... first evening sat on the water’s edge in our camp chairs enjoying a homemade salad, watching the locals jog and cycle past us as the sun began to set. We liked Canberra a lot and knew we would enjoy a few days here.
In the morning after a delicious breakfast at the water’s edge and a free shower at the tourist information office, we drove to Parliament House, Australia’s most important ...
... some lovely steak and as we’ve been in Asia for so long a good bit of beef and wine is just what we needed!
We got to meet Jonah the dog and Harrison introduced us to Ocelot his cat, the biggest 1 year old tom cat you’ve ever seen. The funniest animals you’ll ever meet, Ocelot really doesn’t mind Jonah eating his head, amazing to watch them play fight.
On our first ...
... keeping the naughty politicians in order. We completed a great visit with a nice coffee and cake in the Parliament restaurant that had lovely views to the War Memorial and city. We could have allowed a couple of days for our visit to the National War Memorial,which, was brilliant, really interesting. The lovely building and memorial gardens were full of ...
... and Jessy surely will be at the playground afterwards. And she was! After some good play time it was time to hit the road for another 300kms. The final stretch to Adelaide. The boys are looking forward to play with Lachie& Ollie ( and Kerri ). We are very much excited about meeting all our Adelaide friends again. Aiden complaint about a sore tummy. He reckons the ipad would help to make it ...
... of the land most interesting. How the Pastoralists, as they were known, settled these enormous cattle and sheep stations in the most inhospitable of places. Also the impact of the numerous gold rushes on the development of communities throughout all of Australia. Throughout this period the difficulties of dealing with the aboriginals. So many parallels with Canada in this respect. Creating Reserves, dishing out religion and trying to assimilate the ...