The Elms of Hobart

Address: 452 Elizabeth St, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 452 Elizabeth St, Hobart, is near Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, North Hobart, Train Park, and Sub-Antarctic Plant House.
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    Travel Blogs from Hobart

    Tasmania - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

    A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Apr 09, 2015

    31 photos

    ... illegally counting cards in casinos. He became very eccentric and started buying all kinds of weird and wonderful things. When he then wished to take everything back to his property in Tasmania, the import tax was going to be extortionate. So instead of paying it, he built a $50,000,000 museum and donated all of his belongings to the museum, saving himself somewhere in the range of $20,000,000. From this fortune he also runs a ferry, busses and a seaplane service to get to the ...

    Goodbye Tasmania

    A travel blog entry by kathy9669 on Apr 04, 2015

    9 photos

    Today we drive back to Hobart. Enroute, we stop by our last National Park to see Russell Falls. It is not the most spectacular of parks, but because it is the last, every breath of fresh air is so much more precious. We stayed at Travelodge at the airport. It is a good choice because it is minutes away from the Barilla oyster farm and we have a late morning flight to catch tomorrow. We bought our last serving of cheap and fresh oysters and feasted on them at ...

    Cruise to nowhere

    A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Mar 26, 2015

    8 photos

    ... feels pretty odd and slightly claustrophobic. Fred managed to bag a whole heap of stylish threads, including some very snazzy brogues. I have a feeling we are going to look like a couple of hillbillys next to Captain Suave here.

    After a nifty two-point turn under the huge arch of the Harbour Bridge we steam gently past the Opera House and follow the yellow pilot boat past Manly and then out of the harbour. It is worth the price of the cruise just to get ...

    Tasmania - where there's only 3 types of snakes...

    A travel blog entry by cnudo on Feb 17, 2015

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... journey from lush green trees, to dessert like surroundings, and even swampy paths elevated by a small footbridge. We stopped to have lunch up top one of the massive boulders we scaled across and overlooked the bay of blue water, with mountains and a thin white line of sand in the distance. Pictures don't do this justice. Hydrating with ample water, we descended, ascended, went across and around these two mountains. At the 3 hour mark I was convinced my luck was at an all ...

    Wooden Boat Show

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Feb 06, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... boats, however there were also stalls on all the boat paraphernalia. This all kept us very much amused till just after 4pm. We hopped the bus again this time an express. It is a faster service, and you have the 'advantage' of exercise. In that we had to walk 1km home from the nearest shopping centre - ie that is the express bus stop.

    Next morning we were up early, again. Decided to see if we could drive into town and park. ...