The Elms of Hobart
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... was founded in 1804.
Hobart's port is 3 blocks from the city centre which is rather unique, similar to Auckland and Sydney. We travelled up the Derwent River, past the Tasman bridge and over Bridgewater Bridge and Causeway, the 1st bridge built by the British across the river in 1829. We saw numerous brick houses, which despite the availability of wood, were built courtesy of bank financing ...
... we figured, let's go for it.
All of it was equally tasty and Marc washed it down with some Moo Brew and then we could barely move... As tempting as the desserts all seemed to be, we were done, and we decided to walk off our lunch for a bit. Climbing Kelly's Steps from Salamanca Place to Battery Point, we walked along the laneways and avenues of the old colonial village, trying to guess how much the houses were worth.
We next stopped in ...
... and we managed to get a nice little secluded spot where we could almost not hear the bogans having an argument down the way.
Had all intentions of getting up early to try and start a good habit. Failed. Did manage to get up eventually and headed off to explore the coast trekking about 2hrs down the coast over rocks, boulders and hidden coves. Saw lots of little lizards and a huge blue tonged skink which I, ...
... National Park. We did the short hike to the Wineglass Bay lookout point and realized how out of shape I am when I had to climb the stairs to get there. The view was really amazing and the giant rocks all along the path were impressive. We hiked back to the car park and then drove to the lighthouse point for a quick look.
We made a short stop to see the view at Friendly Beaches and the sand is incredibly white everywhere ...
... times of the week to a variety of sites – who can pass up free!! We wind our way up the mountain stopping at the half way mark to fill our bottles with water from a fresh mountain water fall. Then as we pass the cloud layer an awful thing comes into sight-snow. For the last few weeks I have told everyone “it can't be winter, there's no snow, I don't believe it snows here, it's too hot!” Inset foot in mouth now. There is snow. ...