Sails on Port Sorell

Address: 54 Rice St, Port Sorell, Tasmania, 7307 , Australia | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B is located on 54 Rice St, Port Sorell.
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      Travel Blogs from Port Sorell

      Day 2 Melbourne to Hong Kong

      A travel blog entry by suepaine on Aug 30, 2014

      ... Intercontinental Hotel to exclusive Sevva Bar for the young in 10 Chatter Road the dodging the rain to watch the lights drink another cocktail and tapas Seated outside over looking the Hong Kong skyline and harbour in comfy couches surrounded by mushroom lit stools creating a wonderful ambience. Cocktails were the first port of call followed by delicious Asian tapas to nice music. This is set the standard for our ...

      Heading to south Tasmania

      A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Feb 28, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... of this area. On the way back out on the shuttle bus we come across a wombat , the bus can not stop as only one way dirt road and it getting busy. Quick photo.

      We move on through Rosebury to Montezuma falls, one of the tallest waterfalls in Tassie.. The walk into the falls follows the old tracks used to get the silver and tin ore out years ago. So after the climb to the tracks it is a mostly flat dirt road in , but because of all the rain ...

      Poland

      A travel blog entry by denisemilburn on Jan 18, 2014

      Before the EEU it was obvious when you were changing countries, as you would proceed through a control and receive a stamp in your passport, heralding your arrival in a new country. However, this no longer the case. Despite this, it was very obvious to us all when we left Germany and arrived back in Poland as the six lane autobahn suddenly became a goat track of only two lanes and one which was far more suited to livestock than automobiles. This continued ...

      We're here

      A travel blog entry by gsb123 on Oct 15, 2013

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... headed off up to see where we were sleeping. We had just booked the recliner lounge to sleep and not a cabin. We found the lounges that we wanted, placed Greg's jumper on one and i unwraped the blanked and pillow that was provided and placed them untidely on my lounge. We went and had a very nice tea and a couple of drinks. We headed back to our lounges only to ...

      Burnie, Whisky and the Tasmanian Arboretum

      A travel blog entry by gse2013 on Mar 07, 2013

      4 photos

      ... The influence of forestry had a major role on Burnies development in the 1900s with the founding of the Burnie Paper Mill in 1938 and the woodchip terminal in the later part of the century. The Burnie Paper Mill closed in 2010 after failing to secure a buyer, leaving the woodchip terminal as the main source of forestry based income.  ...

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