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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... week exploring The Nation's Capital. There was lots of free and low cost options to keep us entertained. Art Gallery, War Memorial, National Museum, Ambassador's houses, Lake Burley Griffen, Houses of Parliament, Royal Mint to name a few. We managed to watch The Reds v Raiders in their opening season game, visit the Trots or Harness Racing Club, revel in a world of books at the hugest Bookfair and sample the delights of the weekly Farmers Market. All unplanned and ...
... I love the sensory overload from the front row seats, as I work out whether to watch the musicians, the actors, or the details of the props. I just love it. And I love that theatre is becoming our family thing. So there was absolutely no question in my mind that we were going to New York City, and that we were booking at least one, possibly two Broadway shows before we left Australia.
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... you can see some friendly stingrays that'll come right up to you. It was a 20 km out of the way but we were in no hurry. When we got there Tony went to one of the fish cleaning tables and found a fish head and skeleton and he put it at my feet in the water. Well those stingrays were friendly alright! I was freaked out by the possibility of being stung by the tail and within 10 seconds the fish ...
... 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 ...