Hobart Cabins & Cottages at Elwick
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... luncheon, in a carpark, keeping warmer than those outside. Sharon made bread rolls with the usual recipe that made the camper smell very bready. Allan then had turkey and salad and Sharon tofu and salad. Yummo.
The sun peaked out so we rushed out to take photos. Didn't last long.
We rang Geoff and talked to the children, sort of, they sounded so excited about Santa's visit.
Drove back down the hill again and headed ...
... room and kitchen out over the river and the suburbs on the other side. Elisia wanted us to have the first two days off while she organised some things for the garden wall she wants Keiran to build. We didn't really do anything the first day, just enjoyed being still for a while, catching up on some cleaning and the last of the kids schoolwork for the year. The second day we went shopping for some Christmas craft supplies in the morning and then went ...
... Heritage area. It is also known as "Tasmania's Outdoor Art Gallery" due to the murals that adorn the buildings throughout the town. There are over 100 murals many of them depicting the history of the area.
We set up camp at the Sheffield Recreational Ground in Spring Street.
... his large scale bronzes for public spaces. His daughter notes that his foundry was in their basement! His work ranges from real to conceptual and is located mostly in Australia. His Sullivan's Cove piece that honors Louis Bernacchi and other arctic explorers can be seen from my hotel ...
... dining area to get there as at many of the other cabins.
After a cup of tea, we unpacked the car completely for the first time since leaving this park a month before, and then set about re-packing our suitcases ready for the flight home the next day. For dinner we had the crab and salad rolls we had bought at Triabunna at lunch time and then we had a relaxing evening and good nights sleep in our last cabin for this lovely holiday in Tasmania.