Forrest Hotel And Apartments
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... ease the process in most countries. So why not. We even got the lettering for the boat. We decided to register the boat in Canada for a number of reasons, not the least of which was the low cost. Only $250 for three years whereas in Australia the cost was around $1600 and New Zealand something like $750. For the registration to be 'official' you have to put the official number on the interior of the boat and the name and Port of Registry on the ...
... reception at his house. It was a fantastic night, with a great opportunity to meet other cycling adventure mentalists like ourselves. One of the Lonely Planet team members was also on his way to the LP holiday fancy dress party later that night, and I'm sure he is quite obvious in this entry's photos. Of course, we wanted to fully immerse ourselves into local culture and also ducked into the wine bar adjacent to the train station on the way home, helping the owner to shut it down at ...
We arrived in Canberra yesterday afternoon and set up the caravan, did some washing, and all had a shower before heading to Parliament House. We got to look through it all including the house of representatives, the house of the Senate and up on the rooftop. There was no expense spared for the politicians! Marble all through the foyer including the floor and steps! The view from the roof was pretty awesome too! The kids thought it ...
... Bunker Museum • Rothenburg • Singapore - amazing modern architecture • Bavaria and Budapest amazing Baroque period architecture. Noted: 1. Hitler failed but McDonalds has conquered the world. 2. There are pigeons all over the world. 3. Over long plane flights. 4. Australia has the best water and great coffee. 5. Great to be away from smokers. 6. Wherever there is a river people fish. This is the last post in memory of our trip of a life ...
... Portrait Gallery - and lunch. Salmon salad for Sunil and a delish tomato salad and bangers 'n mash that Shobs and I shared (have I already said, I need to learn from the boys?). The bookshop was fab, with many books on photography and unfamiliar titles - we spent a fair bit of time there. There was no entry charge to the gallery (very civilised) and we spent more than an hour with the portraits of all manner of Australians. A school trip ...