The Statesman Hotel

Cnr of Strangeways & Theodore Streets , Curtin, Australian Capital Territory, 2605 , Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cnr of Strangeways & Theodore Streets , Curtin, is near National Zoo and Aquarium, Black Mountain Nature Park, Royal Canberra Golf Club, and Beaver Galleries.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Statesman Hotel Curtin

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Curtin

    Day 4 - Yes Minister

    A travel blog entry by year6canberra on Jul 31, 2014

    13 comments, 153 photos

    ... of this blog, today has been a
    memorable day of many highlights and learning. It is hard to believe that this
    time tomorrow we will be in our own homes, probably fast asleep.

    This morning we read quite a few comment from the blog to
    the students. They loved them. We will be continuing reading some more tomorrow
    morning, however, due to the amount of comments we are unfortunately unable to
    read all of them.

    Chris Walters and the Canberra team
    ...

    Canberra

    A travel blog entry by becky2014 on Jul 20, 2014

    So this city was somewhat of a bust. I'm not sure if it was the cold or the lack of super friendly people in the hostel or if it was just because all of the sights were so far away, but I didn't feel like I could see a whole lot in my two days here and I'm not sure that I'd want to come back for any more than that. Seeing Parliament House was interesting, and old Parliament House was a visit back in time. The ...

    I need a chiropractor

    A travel blog entry by jennaleigh on Jun 05, 2014

    2 photos

    ... walk around ourselves in order to see everything. After the memorial we went to the Australian National Gallery. There are so many lovely works of art inside and outside of the building. At first, Gwyn showed us some arboriginal architecture and then our other tour guide (can't remember her name/:) showed us other gorgeous paintings and oil-based paintings that really capture the way Australians saw the world in their time. The Ned Kelly serious ...

    Long Time, No Post!

    A travel blog entry by leahkpeterson on Jun 04, 2014

    ... our first day in Canberra and we visited the National Museum of Australia and had a bus guided tour of Canberra. In all honesty the museum was utterly boring and dull, although I did learn a lot about the aboriginal and indigenous heritage and culture of Australian people. We had several museum tour guides and they were all very monotone and made it so hard to pay attention! BUT the guided bus tour was amazing (I posted pics to FB. I'll ...

    May Update: 39 Days To Go

    A travel blog entry by kategreen on May 10, 2014

    4 photos

    ... so hopefully that will get all approved ASAP. I've been busy selecting the classes I want to take. I have a good mix of Spanish language and culture classes as well German and so history classes. I've also been looking into accomodation for when I'm in Hull. Idealy I'll get a spot in the campus-run houses or the larger dorm-style residence.



    I can't tell you much more about that part of the trip for now, as things aren't fully organised yet. It ...