Peppers Gallery Hotel
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It's a crisp sunny morning and the crowds haven’t arrived yet. As we walked through the gates, I understand why.
We were both underwhelmed expecting something much bigger than the Melbourne Flower and Garden Show but to be fair, we are probably one or two weeks early before the flower beds are filled with colourful blooms heralding Spring is well and truly here.
We still enjoyed our time at Floriade. There are food ...
Today we arrived at the Australia War Memorial in Canberra. We walked around the memorial and learnt a lot about what happened during the wars Australia has served in. My favourite part of the day was learning about food rations in WWI and WWII.
When we were in the exhibit I learnt a lot about rationing in the wars. The need to ration food did not start until the 14th may 1942, during WWII; it was introduced to manage shortages ...
... sea level and London Bridge, which is an island once attached to the mainland but the rock archway crumbled leaving two tourists stranded on the worlds newest island! We had one more stop off at The Arch before we arrived in Port Campbell where we pulled up at the front for some lunch. We've been making our own meals thus far (with the exception of a Maccies on the day of pickup) and it's been nice, and importantly now cost effective! The run up to Port Campbell had arguably been ...
... for Mittagong and Sydney. After a wonderful 'haven't seen you for 40 years' conversation with Marilyn (ex Contiki) over pasties and cakes we opted to stay at a very expensive motel in order to enjoy a night of recovery from days of cold!
Next morning the Garmin took us through Sydney right to Col's brother and sister-in-laws door. Stress free. The flower photos are from their winter garden.
... school groups go! So i became well practised trying to spot out my own kids among the masses of button-pressing, scuttering, chaotic madness! Never to mind, it was still quite ecucational, informative and fun. The vertical free fall - a 10m high stainless steel slide with first few meters free fall was the ...