Pinnacle Apartments Canberra
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... a few similar names here (Target, for example). The local grocery stores are located in the mall itself, which is different from what I'm used to but works out well!
My room is nice- we have a shared kitchen and bathroom, and separate bedrooms rooms for my flatmate and I. The room is small, but nice and newish. Once I get around to taking some pictures I'll makes sure to put them up for everyone to see.
My second day in Australia, ...
... spend days in looking at all of the galleries and exhibitions. Back out into the heat we then thought we would head up to a lookout over the city for some photos. Tonight we thought we would head into Canberra for some food. We decided to celebrate being in the nations capital by going to a famous British chef's restaurant. It is usually pretty hard to get into Jamie's Italian in Sydney and so we went to his restaurant here instead. Unfortunately ...
... over stones, and reached what is called 'London Bridge Homestead' It was made using a variety of materials and techniques over a 100-year
period and looking through the fence it’s clear to see at least five
architectural styles here – including original 1860s stone cottage and
slab hut to more recent cement and weatherboard buildings.
Had diinner sitting outside the old Woolshed before heading home.
... not only in content, but also in its presentation. The Griffins moved to Australia in 1914 to assist in the city’s construction which actually started in 1913. Progress was slow and initially overshadowed by World War 1. Many opponents to the Canberra concept thought the design to be extravagant and impractical. You have to really get a view of the city from an elevated point such as Mt Ainslie to appreciate the magnificence of ...
... of us on an open plain.
We poked around the first hut and found it to be small but cosy with a lovely big fireplace - essential out there in the windy, exposed mountains. I also found the visitors book but alas neither of us had brought a pen and disappointingly there were no pens left with the book so we were unable to leave our mark.
The path begin to rise as we headed into the bush away from ...