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The old and the new

While in Canberra, we wanted to see the hot spots, hence, we decided to visit the Old and the New Parliament. I can say I enjoyed the latter the most. 

Old Parliament House took me on a journey back to the 70's, which was not so great, of mission brown and, well, more mission brown. On the other hand, the new-current-Parliament House was quite a contrast, to say the least. One cannot possible compare the two. They are, well,  the old and the new. 


























I would highly recommend going to both Parliament Houses. Make sure you have some fun at Old Parliament House in the kids' dress-ups section. That's what too much mission brown did to me! The guided tour at the new Parliament House comes highly recommended. For once, I wasn't put to sleep by the tour guide!!

Hoping the week ahead is wonderful for you!

Yours in style,

Suzi x

Outfit #1
Arabella Ramsay Jeans
Hoss Intropia Sweater
Petite Bateau Striped T
Repetto Ballet Flats

Outfit #2
Max & Co Skirt
Bezoar Striped Cashmere Sweater
Odd Molly T
Paul Green Boots 
Hedgren Bag
 
 

 



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  1. Wow Suzi your description and story on this latest blog is fabulous and I am glad you enjoyed the experience and had fun. By the way you look gorgeous and radiantly happy. Really enjoyed the photos and comments. xxx

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