The Edwardian Apartments

Address: 227-229 Charles St., Launceston, Tasmania, Australia | Condo
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Location

This condo, located on 227-229 Charles St., Launceston, is near The Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, The Tamar Valley, Tamar River Cruises, and The Old Umbrella Shop.
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Travel Blogs from Launceston

Tasmania!

A travel blog entry by kstyan on Mar 25, 2015

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... park.
On the edge of Launceston there is the very picturesque Cataract Gorge which was a lovely walk and great way to round off a couple of good days with great people. At the weekend, the Dunham's took me up to Stanley on the north east coast. Here, The Nut is an outcrop of rock which sticks out off the coastline offering views of the surrounding area. Even with a slight haze you could see the nearby bays. The day was as ...

From Artists to Art and Artifacts

A travel blog entry by 2robs on Mar 04, 2015

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A quick stop off at the Bee shop at Chudleigh. Everything here is about bee's. Stationary, cosmetic, clothing and toys. This is so well done. They have a working bee colony and have it displayed in glass so you can watch the process. You can buy an ice-cream ...

Great Scallop Pie!

A travel blog entry by jimbo.maddy on Jan 05, 2015

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... to find myself a Scallop Pie at the Sugar Street Bakery, behind Morty's (Wellington Street) and have to say that it was definitely something that has to be tried as was delicious! Apparently the secret to a 'Top Scallop Pie" is to have Tassie Scallops and not the Kiwi ones so we are glad that we got it right. Later on we picked up the truck and headed over to Alasdair's sons & partners place at Deviot, for a lovely dinner and stay over. ...

Mum takes Joey to see Wine Glass Bay

A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Sep 28, 2014

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... notwithstanding any protestations of the aboriginal peoples. This island state is named after Abel Tasman the Dutch explorer who landed here in 1642. He called it Anthony Van Diemen's land, the British renamed it Tasmania.

We paid our entry fee to the park and were advised that we were about to embark on probably the most difficult walk we would likely encounter on Tasmania. I have to believe that was a slight understatement, as it was a ...

Day 12 Hue to Danang

A travel blog entry by suepaine on Sep 09, 2014

... 400 year old Japanese Bridge, 300 year old Chinese temple, 200 year old Vietnamese former merchant's house. While visiting these places Phong gave us strict instructions, NO more shopping as after the tour he was to take us to our luxury resort accommodation, the Sunrise Resort. Very very nice. Thoroughly exhausted 4 of us decided not to go the next day to My Son but to have a what we thought would be a restful day We couldn't help ourselves, once booked in we headed to the ...