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... Centre at 1130am and we headed straight to the new parliament building. The next few hours were bizarre, you can get full access to the Australian Parliament at no cost and with no real security clearing. We watched the Senate debating a Security Bill for about 30 minutes, had lunch and then had a front row seat in congress to watch the last Prime Minister Questions of 2014, Tony Abbott (Prime Minister) and William Stedman (Leader of ...
... the Islamic Republic of Iran. We are not sure why there is no building.
*We are horrified to see that the EU also has an ‘Embassy’. We wonder in how many countries of the world, we the poor taxpayer, fund not only our own Embassy but also that of the EU.
* We park up in the underground car park of the new Parliament House which opened for business in May 1988. Today, being a Friday, the Houses of Senators ...
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... hill was the final hill that would lead us to that view of Brayshaw's hut. Finally we picked the right one. Heading over that final hill, we headed down the plain to the end of the walk and back to the carpark.
The women who had passed us at Westerman's Hut were resting on the beautiful seat at the carpark, which was now packed by this time. I guess Sarah and I were just very early birds as there must ...
... the person speaking even with the microphone on, over all the loudmouth interjectors from the rest of the chamber.
After that we walked around and read the educational signboards and I explained to Mitchell how the Parliament works and how laws are made - he was kind of interested, but after a while he as also kind of ready to get out now. So we left just after 3pm and made our way to our motel, which was just over the border in ...