Pavilion on Northbourne
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... tour (no, really it was!) and an interesting insight into Canberra’s most important building.
For the rest of the day we drove around exploring the city along straight, circular, parallel, perpendicular and hexagonal road systems and ventured into a few of the huge parks. We went to the edge of the city at dusk to see if we could spot any kangaroos... and there were loads of them! All grazing only a ...
... different places. Mick tried to have a go but could not beat the kids to it.
We had lunch then walked over to Lake Burley Griffin, to have an hour on a Segway, what an experience, incredible, we went around the Lake foreshore, over busy bridges and past a lot of iconic buildings and famous Landmarks. It was a great experience and well worth the money, $120, that was with Mick getting a Seniors Concession.
... coffins, each hand painted. They represent the forest of souls of all Aborigines who have died defending their land against the settlers. It is an historical statement that simultaneously provides a legacy for future generations of Australia.
*We have spent too little time in all the places just mentioned. But at least we have been to Canberra and seen for ourselves the Capital city of this unique country. It's a shame so many tourists omit it from their ...
... We spent some time at The Book Grocery which had an eclectic mix of books - and a good sale going on - so we did our groceries. It was a lazy afternoon - quick walk around the neighbourhood, chatting (Ren, Shobs, Sunil, me), snoozing (just me) - till Brendan got home from work, and it was time for dinner - yummy tapas - also across the road.
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When we woke up, we went to the buffet breakfast. I had bacon, baked beans, 2 hash browns, a sausage, orange juice, hot chocolate and a blueberry muffin. It was delicious.
After breakfast we went to Questacon, which is a science museum with 8 galleries. My favourite thing was the 6 metre free fall, which I did 3 times. We also went in the earthquake house, which measured 8 on the Richter scale. The house shook, the ...