Tranquilles Luxury Spa B&B Guest House
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Port Sorell
... 20 kilometres, and just when you felt that you could stand it no longer, it suddenly improved, although by no means back to the standard set in Germany. So, we were back for a longer stay in Poland, seeing both Krakow and Warsaw, the latter from where we were to fly home. We were staying in the Blind School's boarding house which was empty for the holidays, but still open and with a 24 hour security person on the front door, none of whom spoke very ...
... by the local paper. Jacques and Annabelle were blown away by their moves! Claire was a bit freaked out! A last swim then tasty burger on the beach topped off our Tasmanian adventure perfectly. We waved goodbye to Devonport from the top deck of the ferry and felt like celebrities as locals waved right back. The family then snuggled up in the cabin and slept like babies all the way back to Port Phillip Bay.
The end of our trip was coming into sight.
... was a coating of snow on the top. Some heavy falls a few days earlier had sprinkled all the peaks but the heavy rain we were getting would probably melt most of it away.
Due to the rain this time - which was even worse than our last visit, we were unable to get out and walk around to enjoy viewing the murals. We ended up just driving around and quickly opening a window to snap a quick pic before quickly closing the window again before getting ...
... mixed feelings - I hate to make anyone uncomfortable. I have a good driving record. Driving on the opposite side of the road does make things more difficult.
So we drove from George Town to the place where we could cross the Tamar River so that we could get to Platypus House and the other attractions nearby. I almost forgot another important event - we crossed the river via the Bat Bridge. At first I thought it was not the real bridge ...
... the unpowered, Bakers Point camp ground, and drove down to the site which was about six kilometres away. It was a lovely place on the water inlet with massive spacious sites in bush land. We chose a spot and chilled out. We had a picnic table on our site and had our tea there. It was nearly dusk now and the time for the wild life to become active. Jay heard some rustling and noticed a cute little wallaby. She then spotted a big kangaroo hop through ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking