Canberra Lyneham Motor Inn
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... After an initial building phase that lasted into the 1920’s, Canberra hardly grew until John Overall, an architect by profession,was given specific responsibility to develop Australia’s capital city. When he started his role in 1958 Canberra only had a population of 36.000 people. His vision paved the way for some of the wonderful buildings and monuments that you can see in Canberra today.
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... river, even then it wasn't particularly busy. Canberra is known mainly for its galleries and museums so we wandered over to the art galleries via Parliament House. The night life is the total opposition to the day, people everywhere, proper little party town. Found this lovely mex bar where we had the best red and white sangria, transformed my opinion of sangria Finally day, ...
... how I feel, really. "How can one know colour in perpetual green, and what good is warmth without cold to give it sweetness?"
But OH GEE WHAT DOES ANY OF THIS HAVE TO DO WITH GOING AWAYYYYY, BEEEEEE? Get to the point, already.
I think, what I’m really doing by espousing all this airy fairy crud, is letting myself off the hook. Although I feel apprehensive about being back in the arms of Vancouver, my city lady love, I’m not going to let my ...
... underneath so the coaches can watch the athletes swim. It also has video cameras so they can see what they did well and not so well. My favourite part of the tour was at the beginning when we could play on all the equipment.
Then we went to Cockington Green. It is a place which has model houses and villages. My favourite bit was the soccer game which a streaker running across the field.
Then we left Canberra and went back to Sydney.
... of voting in Australia. We learnt that every vote counts – ‘Apples’ won all round!!
After lunch we enjoyed seeing some very famous artwork at the National Gallery, including Jackson Pollock’s ‘Blue Poles’ and Sidney Nolan’s ‘Ned Kelly series’. We then departed for a drive past the High Commissions and Embassies. ...