Pinnacle Apartments Canberra
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... Centre at 1130am and we headed straight to the new parliament building. The next few hours were bizarre, you can get full access to the Australian Parliament at no cost and with no real security clearing. We watched the Senate debating a Security Bill for about 30 minutes, had lunch and then had a front row seat in congress to watch the last Prime Minister Questions of 2014, Tony Abbott (Prime Minister) and William Stedman (Leader of ...
... for walks and giving tummy rubs,he would just roll over whenever he felt like it!!!! And when he knew it was ‘walkies’time it was brilliant, he would repeatedly launch himself up in the air like a kangaroo on a pogo stick!!!! For the first ten minutes of a walk his little legs would be going like a Road Runner until he was out of puff and would be gazing ...
We camped at the Rest Area in Forbes situated on the banks of Lake Forbes. This was a lovely spot, pleasant short walk to town and the RSL where we had dinner.
Cowra, Boorowa, Yass, Canberra - 5 September
We were now on the last leg home - familiar ...
... to reach the semifinals of the US Open. Given our recent fab trip to Japan, it would be entirely appropriate if he were to win this...but he has Djokovic to get past first.
The Qantas overnight flight felt tiring, probably because it wasn't long enough to sleep for a decent length of time...or maybe it's just age catching up.
... which I have since heard most people now about. We had to get the ski patrol out for Jaxon who hurt his knee just as we were packing up to head back to Jindabyne for lunch. I had to go and get the ski patrol – Nigel was the guy who I found – the most relaxed person in the whole universe. The ski patrol guys were great and managed to get Jaxon into the ambulance and off for treatment. Meanwhile the students ate on lunch on the bus and patiently waited ...