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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmberley House Hobart
Beautiful little guesthouse in Hobart
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So we flew from Sydney to Tasmania and landed in the lovely cold Hobart. Yes cold, there was even snow on the mountains. Much to Kelly's delight lol Picked up our wheels for the next 10 days, a powerful Toyota Carrolla saloon lol. Well at least we will not get any speeding tickets :-) We stayed at the lovely Amberely guesthouse. It was very cosy …
... is going on.
So far, flights are on time - the weather is semi-ok, just hope that it is okay when we fly out in about 2.5 hours.
As this is the first of my blogs, this is a trial of sorts. I'll be back - hee! hee! hee!
... short main street is lined with roses on both sides. I bought honey at 'The Honey Shop', fudge at 'The Fudge Shop', a decadent double homemade ice cream at 'The Ice Cream Shop' then spent the night in 'cuddly' Chudley. With the wind in the right direction. Me and my 'Retirement Home' and 'Meals on Wheels' headed south down the centre of Tasmania towards Hobart. This took an awful long time, as after a short distance, I'd make a detoured to a village boasting,"The Best Bakery in ...
... to say it said GOOD WEATHER ahead. Whacko we decided to try and catch the 4.30 ferry, without rushing. Anyway you can't speed in Vincent.
At 4.27pm we arrived at the ferry, it was still loading. There was heaps of room for Vincent. One local followed us on afterwards. "Third time today' she said. Apparently a local business lady.
At 4.55pm we were back on the mainland.
At 5.56pm we were back at our digs in Sorell.
... I have a slight fear of heights. Me bear hugging the one main steel support for a few minutes before shuffling my feet out to the airwalk while intensely gripping the side rails was a comical sight I'm sure. Ter-rif-fy-ing. I have to admit, once out there the view was amazing, but for every second I did think I was going to plummet to my death. Luckily, I'm still alive to tell the tale. The next day started bright and early at 5:45am. Sorry to the other 10 people in our hostel ...