The Elms of Hobart
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... Well it was 'the best' until I discovered the next bakery. Then there were coffee shops, museums, convict buildings and heritage sights to explore. At the end of the day my speedometer reading was an embarrassing 25klm! Tasmania's convict history had me intrigued. I spent hours, if not days, exploring convict heritage sites, bridges, churches & drystone walls constructed by convicts shipped here by the British Government in the late seventeen hundreds. As I delved further into ...
... there was not a cloud in the sky. What we then saw was that we were surrounded by these huge, amazing mountains on one side and a lush forest with white sand beaches on the other. The fog lifting like that really gave an intense "wow factor" of the park. Unreal. Now that our upper body had a leisurely workout, we moved onto a hike that went around the mountains we were just admiring from below. The 11km circuit went around Hazards Mountain Range, climbing up to the 220 meter peak ...
Beautiful morning, but, Angie had new symptoms of a floater in her L eye, resulting anxiety about a possible retinal detachment led us to seek an Ophthalmic opinion via A&E at the Royal Hobart Hospital. This involved a very long wait with Angie eventually seen at 1300. A full exam revealed ...
... some of the famous Australian Golfers.
Next we went to Ratho to play 9 holes – what an experience, the greens were surrounded by fences and it gave me a new found appreciation for golf surviving in Australia through the 19th century. The fairways were very rough and we were amused that they had just held a Pro-Am at the course last weekend. We had difficulty finding the tees and holes to play. The course is actually 18 holes but we chose ...
... was built there, this only to prove uneconomic and fail after the Great Depression. Again the Island returned to farming. In the 1960s it became a focus for conservation and today it is a national park with remnants of previous times of convicts, farmers, Bernacchis and cement manufacture. However it is now reverting to a natural habitat and kangaroo, wallaby an Tassie Devils have been introduced. The choppy crossing was well worth it to visit the natural and ...