The Elms of Hobart
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Hobart
... Tildy, is warm and inviting and makes guests feel welcome and comfortable; quite the personality.
Very reasonable rates that represent extremely good value.
12 of us stayed in 5 different rooms over the course of a couple of weeks and not a single person had a complaint in all that time. Would not hesitate to stay here again.
... some more pool skills before we headed for our last night in our beloved campervan. We awoke the next morning to not quite as smooth a lake but not far off, we got organised and headed off towards Hobart, our breakfast cup of tea was on top of Mt. Nelson, which has a beautiful little cafe that overlooks the whole of Hobart and the surrounding area. After that we cleaned Jimi and went to hand him back. Wicked Campervans aren't flash, they aren't overly spacious, they sometimes ...
... favourite rug or beadspread (I did not make this up).
Our time in Raro is almost up and we are coming to the close of the sizeable and hugely enjoyable nostalgia chunk of the trip. Its time to mix things up a bit and bring on some new stuff. - It's time to shiver your timbers, batten down the cabin boy and set sail for New Caledonia (new what?). This may seem an unlikely proposition, but a weeks cut price, off-season cruise round the tropical islands of ...
... Port Arthur, we continued on our way to Hobart. We got to Hobart city after lunch and, since Travelodge had mucked up our hotel booking which I had booked months ago for their airport hotel, we had to find our way through the very busy and confusing city to get to their city hotel. The city, like Perth has many one way streets, only here, if you miss your turn you end up going up ...
... through multiple types of terrain and at one point drove through white out conditions, because we were actually in a cloud! When we arrived at the kayaking site, the fog was still lingering on the bay because it was the early hours, I hoped that it would clear as the morning progressed. Our guide (let's call him Tom), told us we'd just have to trust him, and paddle toward a valley between two mountains that seemed miles away. The paddle across took about 15-20 minutes, and ...