Bath Street Apartments of Battery Point

13-15 Bath Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7004, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located on 13-15 Bath Street, Hobart, is near Salamanca Place, Salamanca Arts Centre, Lark Distillery, and Runnymede.
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Day 4 - Tasmania-Hobart- Launceston

A travel blog entry by acmaclean on Sep 07, 2014

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... and walks planned as we baulked in the wet wet, BUT ....... the rain caused the wattle blossoms to fall roadside meaning we drove mostly on carpets of yellow.


We spotted the best place to eat at The Black Cow, a fine dining restaurant. Truly great food. Go there if you can.
Question: what is the thinking about folk sunk into their devices when dining in a restaurant? The flashing of screens is one thing, but the total lack of attention ...

Tasmania

A travel blog entry by pamandcon on Mar 06, 2014

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... we found a takeaway pizza place so ended up getting take away pizza and eating it on a park bench by the marina in the freezing cold!

The first day we headed to the Port Arthur Van Diemen's land where all the criminals from Ireland and England were sent to years ago with a sentence of hard labour. The original penitenury is still there as well as a few out houses. Its built around a harbour we got a boat around ...

Subversive adult Disneyland?

A travel blog entry by coralee on Feb 23, 2014

On the two and a half hour drive down south we were shocked at the amount of road kill on the road. I kept thinking they were Tasmanian devils but on closer inspection turns out they were mainly wallabies possums and a few quolls. Adam reminded me that when we first got here I said I'd go home if I seen a dead kangaroo but now it's just part ...

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 10, 2014

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... codes. We loved the strangeness of MONA and the market outside was small but very cool with live music, good food and drinks and bean bags to just kick back and relax.

Sadly relaxing was not on the agenda for us as we had a smell to identify in La Toya. So back to Professor Google…. One possible culprit was the battery, but we ran the engine and smelt in every crack and crevice and couldn’t smell a thing. I got Tim to run the engine and I had a ...

Last Day in Hobart

A travel blog entry by mike_margaret on Feb 03, 2014

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... and realised that it wouldn't fit into the present building. A major new building program was undertaken and by the time the machinery arrived, an additional four floors had been added to the original building! Then forty years later, on Tuesday 7 February, 1967 (later named Black Tuesday), a fire roared through Hobart destroying hundreds of buildings and killing many people. The Cascade Brewery also suffered damage, though the outside ...