Mercure Canberra

Address: Corner of Ainslie and Limestone Avenue, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2612, 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

      Week One!

      A travel blog entry by mmmaggie on Feb 09, 2015

      5 photos

      ... We went on another adventure upstream, similar to our trip at Kambah Pool. There was a tense minute when I thought someone was going to die, but it just turns out there was a lizard and the screaming scared a kangaroo. Which as cool, cause there was a joey there too.

      Monday kicked off the start of orientation- lots to do and a ton of people to meet! With a bit of luck the fun will continue and more good times are on their way!
      ...

      One month to go...

      A travel blog entry by smallcatfun on Nov 17, 2014

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... but on balance there is enough information to make very informed decisions even when starting from 'ground zero' as we are!

      In the end we bought Leopard 400 catamaran that I would say is 'partially' equipped for cruising. I will go into more detail later, but the main attractions of this catamaran were the builder's pedigree, owner's version (three cabin vs. usual four (charter version)), one owner and meticulously cared for by ...

      Googong Dam-display homes-London Bridge Arch

      A travel blog entry by joanne.schwenke on Nov 13, 2014

      9 photos

      ... access to Googong Foreshore, very picturesque, we had a walk around here and a picnic lunch. Spoke to a couple of senior ladies who were loading a folding kayak into their car, couple of good sorts. Spoke to another couple sitting at the only other picnic table, usual stuff, where we from, where they from, ended up they knew of Tin Can Bay, as there sons go there often, there favourite place, funny.,

      Onwards, drive to the other end of ...

      Canberra, Australia’s Capital

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Nov 07, 2014

      15 photos

      ... the local Aborigine word 'Kamberra' which means ‘meeting place’. But archaeological evidence suggests, that as in many other parts of Australia, there has been human settlement here for 10000’s years. At the time Canberra was selected as Australia’s capital, there was very little human activity other than pastoral. Early photos show this clearly.


      * So why is Canberra the capital of Australia? In tandem ...

      Day 4 - Yes Minister

      A travel blog entry by year6canberra on Jul 31, 2014

      13 comments, 153 photos

      ... by being
      involved in miniature investigations or by learning about the work of the CSIRO.

      Lunch was very exotic in many ways. Not because of the food
      choice (a sausage sizzle) but because of the location on Capital Hill. As we
      sat on the patch of grass outside of Parliament House, I was convinced that the
      students weren’t appreciating the rarity or significance of where they were.
      And this was ok, as they were getting some energy for ...