Pinnacle Apartments Canberra

11 Ovens St, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2604, Australia | Hotel
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Settling in

A travel blog entry by zoewaters

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... all week! Feel it's time to get fit! We jogged up and down some hills and she took me along to where there are some wild horses. That was nice.
At 10:30 Xavier had his birthday party at the Zoo. He had lots of friends there and I got to meet a few of the parents. It was great, the kids got to feed the lions, a giraffe and some bears. We had a look around the zoo too before we did the presents, food and birthday cake. He had Minion cupcakes which my friend, Scotty, back home would ...

A touch of 1984?

A travel blog entry by champa

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... minus the snow which will arrive in February. Wonderful scenery & great windy roads up & down the mountains.

24/12 - We had gone North into the NP to the town of Tamut and as we were filling up with diesel, we were approached by a gentleman who had noticed Champ & we got talking. The outcome was that Brian & his lovely wife, Siony, invited us to their homestead for dinner and to stay overnight. I just could not believe ...

Capital Citizen

A travel blog entry by piholland

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... force for us passing first time, it was hard enough to get them agree to shift the test once a second time might melt there bureaucratic minds.

Sitting our first test for what seems like another lifetime since we were at school it was now or never.

But I don't think we should have worried, we revised enough and had genially become part of Australia, committing ourselves to our adopted country was really just a formality at this stage, our six year ...

From the snow to the capital

A travel blog entry by kzjacques

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... once they saw Levi sliding down the slopes. We had great fun in the snow, but it was nice to get back into a warm van eventually and then we were back on the road.

A quick drop off in Jindabyne and then we were on the road via Cooma heading to Canberra where we arrived just after 5pm and are ready for a few full days of sight-seeing...I reckon my shoulders are going to get not rest whatsoever! ...

Day 2 - The Day Before The Snow

A travel blog entry by year6canberra

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... on the Australian Airforce involvement in World War Two. While watching, her lanyard ‘accidently’ fell into a crack in the floor. Despite Mrs Greenwood’s outstanding ability to get students out of sticky situations, this one was out of her field of expertise. A few fellow students had to travel to the level below while Renee pushed her lanyard through the crack. Crisis number two over and the Canberra trip resumed as per schedule.

A moment while we ...

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This hotel, located on 11 Ovens St, Canberra, is near National Gallery of Australia, Parliament House, Old Parliament House, and Calthorpes' House.
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