BEST WESTERN Tall Trees Canberra
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Took it a bit easy as we are both tired after all that was required to pack up Stawell and get to Canberra. Sensational brunch by the Giblin Street Bakehouse Chefs. Out to dinner tonight at Nathan's Restaurant "The Pulp Kitchen". Great meal, wine and ...
... found the hotel, Aria Hotel in the suburb of Dickson, the Black Mountain Tower, the Australian War Memorial and back to the hotel.
We went first to the Black Mountain Tower ( formally called Telstar Tower) a distinctly ugly tower full of satellite dishes overlooking the city. We thought lunch with a view; Gary asked what is your tilt price...thinking it would be expensive. The restaurant closed two years ago, as ...
... road with a climb of 781 metres above sea-level and delivered us safely to Canberra. After setting up camp at the Canberra Show Grounds, we drove out to Murrumbateman to sample the delicious wines at Clonakilla. (sorry Steve, Tim Kirk was not around). The weather here astounds us. Even though it is Summer, it was only 14 degrees at 11am. I think we will need to stock up on some warmer clothes!! Decision made to now change the direction we are travelling and we will head up ...
... 8216;meeting place’. But archaeological evidence suggests, that as in many other parts of Australia, there has been human settlement here for 10000’s years. At the time Canberra was selected as Australia’s capital, there was very little human activity other than pastoral. Early photos show this clearly.
* So why is Canberra the capital of Australia? In tandem with discussions about the creation of a Federation ...
... about him at school, this is the story 'John Simpson, was a stretcher bearer during the Gallipoli Campaign. he obtained a donkey and began carrying wounded from the front line to the beach, he was killed after 3.5 weeks, he is an Australian legend because of his selflessness.
The Last Post is played at the closing of the Memorial each evening, we stayed, I couldn't help myself, I had tears rolling down my face, it is very sombre. Well done Canberra.