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Vandaag zijn we in Canberra geweest. Canberra is de hoofdstad van AustraliŽ en is geen 'natuurlijk' gegroeide stad. Het is allemaal gepland en ontworpen en dat is te zien ook! We zijn met de auto een berg (Mount Ainslie) op gereden om vanaf daar een goed zicht te krijgen over de stad. Daarna zijn we naar de …
The journey from Melbourne to Canberra was best described as long, bored and tiring. Taking us about 7.5 hours (and passing Mansfield!) we finally arrived in Canberra on Australia day and after checking into our motel in Queanbeyan, a suburb about 15 minutes from the centre we headed for Lake Burley-Griffin where they had been having celebrations …
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... definitely go back though, a very interesting place full of colour and culture. We headed off for a walk around the city, had some food and headed to the game.
We were sat with a good bunch of Brumbies fans and had amazing tickets again, right on halfway, meters from the bench. A closely fought game ensued ...
... We were there during one of the lunch time recitals which take place a couple of days a week. After listening to that for a bit we shot back to the National War Memorial to see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Hall of Memory. We'd missed those two features when we were there a few days previous due to needing to escape and get the kids to some open air.
The Tomb of the Unknown Solider is housed in the Hall of Memory. Around ...
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