Forrest Hotel And Apartments
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... job for anyone. I then drove back into the city to go to the Australian War Memorial, it markets itself as being one of the best museums in the world and it doesn't disappoint. It is set at the other end of the city from Parliament and is at the end of a long avenue, there are separate memorials for each of the wars along the avenue. The first place I went to is the Roll of Honour which has the names of all the Australian Soldiers who have died in any conflict since ...
... a topic for another post) and were thinking of options one night. My wife said, 'well, if you could do anything what would it be?' I'm guessing you figured out the answer already!
She has always wanted to explore more of Asia, and we both absolutely love the ocean. We have been 'landlocked' for about 7 years now having lived in Canberra for two years and interior Germany for five before that. Also, I have to give a lot of credit to ...
... trips but hardly any children. This thankfully means you have the amenities more or less to yourself. We are cooking in the van this evening and hope for a good sleep before tomorrow's long drive to Canberra.
Thursday 6 November 2014
*Another bright,sunny day - temperatures are definitely cooler in this part of the world than in WA & NT. But during the day, temperatures will easily climb to mid 20s and beyond. Perfect.
... I refuse to buy a coat - I'm in AUSTRALIA!!! Day one we walked everywhere possible, first stop war memorial. By far the best part of Canberra if you take away the sad reason it is there, such a beautiful respectful place, even have an unidentified Australian solider laid to rest. Next stop, food. Canberra is almost a ghost twin during the day, we walked for at least an hour and hardly saw people until we ...
... is owned by a fund that collects pieces of Australian furniture. One piece that was commissioned for the house but never used is a Jewellery Box made by an Australian woodworker. Unfortunately we couldn’t take photographs inside the house but if you want a picture of it I have one from a previous trip! It had over 150 drawers and was purchased in the 1990s for between $80,000 and $90,000. There are a few girls that have placed a jewellery box like this on their ...