The Statesman Hotel
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Today, the 18th of September, my family and I arrived in Canberra after a 7 to 8 hour drive. We were all exhausted from a full day of driving. The drive was worth it though, as I got to see my cousins I don't see that often! They were all well, except one of my cousins was a little sick. Our car trip was very long, as you already know, but it was very enjoyable! It was packed full of smiles, music and games. ...
... our bags we ventured into the city to see some of the sights, and it didn't take much time at all. For a capital, there's not many police patrolling and the place is very quiet (only 350k people live here) one of the first sights we visited was new parliament which was open to explore and see how a government works. We took advantage of the nice weather and had our for the barbecue in Australia ...
We had such a great time and know it is going to be very hard to wave goodbye to them.
We had the usual Canberra weather - some very frosty mornings, which turned into some beautiful sunny days, and the trees at this time of the year are just stunning.
After 9 days, we bid the family farewell and headed off towards Longreach with Forbes being our first stop en route.
Hi everyone! So we set off on our journey from Melbourne to Sydney yesterday with an overnight stop with a farming family in the outback. First we travelled to Mansfield Zoo where you can can feed lots of the animals like kangaroos, deer, alpaca and llamas. They also have white lions and an alligator and monkeys! This was an awesome visit and the man who owns the zoo even fed ...
Good Morning from Canberra
I know most of you know that Canberra, like Ottawa, Washington and Brasilia is a specially selected capital for the country. A short refresher while we are visiting today.
In the 1800's the European population in the Canberra area grew slowly with the Gibbs, Martins, Murrays, Johnston, McPhersons and the Campbell's becoming important settler families running sheep and cattle. The Campbell's in particular brought many of ...