BEST WESTERN PLUS Garden City Hotel
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Success again with our bus passes. "One jolly swag-man and his missus to the city centre please"!
Such a beautiful morning. After arriving downtown, 30 minutes by bus to cover 7 K, we walked through the empty city, following a path that led us around Burley Griffin Lake to the Australian Museum. Approximately a thirty seven minute walk! …
Having misinterpreted the hotel desk's instructions as to the location of the bus stop, we finally found it and in my best Aussie accent I said to the driver, " G'day Mate, two concession day passes please" and I got them! This is a minor miracle because it has been something of a pet peeve of mine that seniors rates, or concessions as they are …
We departed Eden in bight sunshine and a pleasant 19C. We headed north along the coast for a while, then headed north east, inland, and began the climb up the first range. It topped out at 1,000 metres and a temperature of 13C. Much to our delight we saw the Snowy Mountain range off to the west where the highest peak, Mt. Koscluszko is 2,280 metres …
On the road at 6.35am. A chilly morning, left home at 8 degrees. Had to phone the e toll as the e tag didn't go off at Pennant Hills. A beautiful clear, sunny day. Warmed up to 12 degrees as we drove through Sydney. Morning tea stop at Sutton Forest at 9.32am where it was 6 degrees. After making enquiries at the Goulburn Convent, we surprised Pat …
... One, there is a recording of a young girl reading out the names and ages of each of the dead. Family members can put a poppy next to the name of their relative. Then I went to the Tomb of the Unnamed Soldier, it symbolises the deaths of First World War soldiers and highlights the fact that so many bodies were unable to be identified or never found. The museum is massive and I was never going to have the time to get round it all so I went to the Second World War Hall ...