The Elms of Hobart
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Room service
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... about a distillery in Tasmania that had won a world competition for best single malt whiskey. This morning our plan was to walk downtown and pay our first visit to the Information Centre. This we did but right next door was the Lark Distillery and that became our second stop. We sampled three whiskeys ranging from 43% to 46% to 58% strength. Needless to say the last one was powerful enough to lift your kilt! I purchased ...
... a group of 6 (mix of Aussies and Brits) who had just got back from visiting MONA too which made me even more excited for the morning as this was the first place on the list of 'Things to do and see in Hobart' :) And also met a young Australian Couple who had also just arrived. Spent the evening chatting, drinking some of my favourite Australian cider and listening to some lovely live music. Got back to the hostel, booked tickets for MONA and passed out, early alarm set ...
We had dinner back at the hotel last night after a wander around the wharves of Hobart in the drizzling rain and were in the pub watching the Carlton v Richmond game by 8pm. Nothing major to report from the evening other than the decision being made that given the general level of fatigue amongst some of the weaker riders it would be foolish to attempt a HC climb like Mt Wellington on a day that was predicted to have icy wind/rain/roads - particularly on ...
... to the river bed and across the road bridge we started our climb up about 120 graduated steps through the forest of massive Huon pines and undergrowth to the start of the treetop Airbridge. It is about 600 metres long with an average height above ground of 37mtrs and at its spectacular end viewing platform, 45mtrs above the river!!!! Well Lyn did amazingly well to walk the length and back again despite ...
... if you have a leisure battery in your camper or boat that smells like eggs, get a new one ASAP!
Luckily as we always stay on campsites we can live without our leisure battery so we disconnected it and decided to worry about it on Monday when the shops are back open. The weather in Hobart was not too kind to us, we had rain non-stop and wind rocking La Toya, but our girl stayed water tight and kept us cosy and dry, which was a relief as walking around the ...