Pavilion on Northbourne
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... in action. Students learnt that every vote counts! After this activity we had lunch in the Rose Garden which was stunning despite the fact all the roses were dead from the cold.
In the afternoon we visited the "New Parliament", which was a magical experience for us all (Ms Deacon nearly fainted). We were able to go to the roof and take some breathtaking photos of the surrounding mountains and landmarks of Canberra. We then entered into the building and visited both ...
... West Coast, they will be thinking that 6pm West Coast time is 9pm and wanting to go to bed earlier, rather than the opposite and wanting to be up all night. Also, we decided it better to end up on the side of the country that we needed to leave from.
Why Walt Disney World instead of Disneyland?
LSH suggested Walt Disney World because this would give the girls their Disney fix whilst also ...
... that still left time for a wonderful home-cooked (birthday) meal in Yass!Another highlight of our days in Canberra was a very emotional visit to the Australian War Memorial. The newly re-opened WW1 gallery is really well done - but it is impossible to visit here with dry eyes. So many young lives - on all sides - such a waste.
One thing we didn't do: attend James Turrell's exhibition naked!
And so now we are off to Melbourne.
... worry – the door is now locked and secure from imperial storm troopers and you have a maximum of ten minutes to complete ‘your business’. I’ve never had a greeting like that before when entering a public convenience or had a time-limit put upon me. I better get on with it...
Then as I began my business, which by the way is no one’s business but my business, a piano started playing ...
... ns. The tour guide also explained the symbolism of the building materials used to make this important building. It was interesting to learn about the red dirt at the entrance to remember the land’s first inhabitants, the marble in the entries to remember the European settlement and then the rest of the building is completed with Australian woods which have been polished to a gleaming finish. Another long day completed but we are much wiser for our experiences.