Mercure Canberra

Corner of Ainslie and Limestone Avenue, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2618 , Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Corner of Ainslie and Limestone Avenue, Canberra, is near Australian War Memorial, Canberra Museum and Gallery, Australian Service Nurses Memorial, and Australian National Korean War Memorial.
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    Travel Blogs from Canberra

    Down by the Old Mill Stream

    A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Oct 09, 2014

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    ... several cockatoos. We have several of those noisy buggers hanging around the hotel, I wouldn't be surprised to see one or two more beside the road tomorrow!

    Before dinner there was lunch. Never tired of eating we stopped at the local supermarket and picked up a couple of ready made salads for a roadside picnic. We found a lovely spot down by the old mill stream, just upwind of the roadside latrine! Desperate to hit Canberra before night fall ...

    Snow Day

    A travel blog entry by ecc2014 on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... who I had fed before) was going to be fed by Mishka the student – but unfortunately Chamishka fed Mishka’s brother Jake instead. Twelve students got to feed Jake – a full mature white male lion – complete with a massive mane. I got photos of every student – some better than others but I did get them!

    From there we went over to the emu. We had to line up and have some apple placed on our hand and the emu walked past and ate the ...

    Third Day Away

    A travel blog entry by ecc2014 on Jul 06, 2014

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    ... Pork with gravy and veges. I think many students thought it was the best meal they had eaten in a long time – it was hot and tasted so good.

    By now we have some students struggling. With no naps and the late night the night before, they were getting a little emotional. We weren’t going to give in though – we ran our quiz that saw the happy campers win over four rounds. It was a nice way to end the night before most people crashed ...

    Going to Questacon

    A travel blog entry by mikeysblog on Jul 05, 2014

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    ... lights went off, fridge opened, things fell off the shelves and the wall split. If it was a real earthquake it would have been really scary.

    Then we went to Commonwealth park, which is around Lake Burleigh Griffen. We walked around Lake Burleigh Griffen and went to the fort, which is a park with lots of tunnels and we played tag with so e other kids there. My mum played at that same park a long time ago when she was a ...

    Iranian Visa in Australia

    A travel blog entry by lochlanjw on May 14, 2014

    ... a tourist visa for entry. In theory, certain nationalities can apply for and receive a tourist visa upon arrival at any of Iran's major international airports. In theory! Travelpod, Lonely Planet Thorn Tree, travel blogs, and even the Lonely Planet guide are full of horror stories of tourists arriving into, and then being swiftly deported from, Iran. Those gutsy enough to chance this option, be aware that you will require a visa ...