Brassey of Canberra
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... requests while we stretched our legs and feasted on deliciousness.
As we reached Canberra we reached for our gloves, beanies and scarves as the temperature was significantly colder than that in the sunshine state.
We hopped on our busses and off we set towards our first Canberra attraction, The Royal Australian Mint.
The Mint failed to offer any quality stories for the blog, so I will move straight onto Questacon and the ...
... were generally the same and in some circumstances quite boring. The city created as a result of Sydney & Melbourne arguing over which would be the capital was purpose built and is the home of the nations sophisticated attractions. Initially we went to Parliament House on top of Capital Hill, the Aussie version of Westminster Palace. After a security screening more rigid than they do on their domestic flights we could explore the sights, confident no politicians would ...
... my body clock should be fixed by tomorrow. I am sitting my Driver Qualification test tomorrow, as my driving license is currently expired and needs to be upgraded. Today I will continue to unpack, and sort out my photos and stuff.
It feels pretty weird to be back. Reverse culture shock is something that we are warned about, and I'm interested if I'll experience that much, it was nice to sleep in my big double bed for once. The weather ...
... 8217; into a tangible collection in a purpose-built home. The portraits of Dame Elizabeth Murdoch, Sir Donald Bradman and Andy Thomas are a few that stood out.
We found the short narratives associated with the portraits, together with the portraits created early in Australia's history gave a great sense of the history of the time, such the portraits of James Cook, Joseph Banks, William Bligh and even Lola Montez, who we didn't know until this visit that she ...
Planning for Orlando
There are so many different things to see and do in Orlando, and we aren't really going to be doing even half of them but Orlando is all about our kids, so we largely left it up to them:
- Walt Disney World
- Universal Studios (Wizarding World of Harry Potter)
- Kenned y Space ...