Red Cedars Motel
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... salty chips at the "Charcoal Chicken" outlet.
We then left Mittagong and made our way to Canberra. The journey took another 2 hours, however, the scenery again was amazing. We arrived at our accommodation and soon realised that Canberra is COLD! We are set for -6 degrees tonight, so please keep us in your thoughts and prayers.
Signing out, ECC Canberra ...
Following our short flight back to Melbourne, we picked up our car and drove to Wangaratta which was a stopover on our way to Canberra. The accommodation in Wangaratta was nothing to write home about—we couldn't wait to leave.
The next day we travelled through the Snowy Mountains; specifically the Mount Kosciosko National Park. We took a secondary road that few drivers were using. We saw vast tracts ...
4.5 Months To Go!!
Three years in the making, and we're nearly there! 4.5 months to go until we head off on the holiday that this family has been waiting for! Five weeks in USA! This is our biggest holiday ever, and we just cannot wait!
Who is Going?
My Long Suffering Husband (LSH), our two darling daughters (DD1 age 11; DD2 age 7) and I will all be sharing in ...
... no one went more than a couple of km's past the speed limit....all 100, 60 and 40 km zones...and great roads. Yet another nanny state that found a great way to collect revenue at the excuse of safety.
While on the subject...they seem paranoid about you falling asleep here at the wheel. Everywhere are signs..."Time for a power nap", "Nap Zone 300 m ahead", Signs everywhere to remind you that you can not stop yourself from falling asleep. All these ...
... a film on our built-in DVD player. This was great... We had the best camp spot in town and it was glorious waking up to the birds singing and watching the ducks bobbing along on the lake.
On our last day in Canberra, we again made use of the free shower at the tourist office before taking a look at Blundell’s cottage, the only surviving building from when Canberra was nothing but farmland and bush. Built ...