Lloyds Hotel Backpackers

Address: 23 George Street, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 23 George Street, Launceston, is near City Park, The Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, The Tamar Valley, and J. Boag & Son.
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A travel blog entry by kstyan on Mar 25, 2015

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... eating good food as it was seeing the view, it felt like we were eating all day but it was all so good!
As Fred had recently moved back to England, his car was a bit redundant, which meant it was handy for me to take to the east coast for a couple of days. Heading out in the driving rain with a promise of better weather come afternoon, I set out towards St. Helens on the north east coast. This is the main town for the bay of ...

Homeward Bound

A travel blog entry by catfeet on Feb 14, 2015

... br> The rain didn't let up and we filled in a couple of hours wandering around and had a coffee.
The tour at Boag's was excellent They issued us with plastic eye wear and a fluro vest, charged us $30 and took us through the areas of the brewery showing us the processes of making the beer through to the bottling. Unfortunately there was no beer making happening being a weekend so he could only explain what goes on. ...

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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... were to reach 27.5 by the afternoon. There was also a strong wind, no wonder they had called for a fire ban today. (We later found out that there had been 47 wildfires today and 120kph winds). We ventured forth to Freycinet National Park to explore the wonders of Wine Glass Bay and Cape Tourville. It is interesting to note that both the Dutch and the French landed here before the British arrived in the early 19th century and laid claim to the land ...

Day 9 Hanoi to Tam Coc Nimb bin

A travel blog entry by suepaine on Sep 06, 2014

... Captial of Vietnam to see the remains of the 2 temples of Dinh King and Le King. Sweat was running off us, it was the hottest day we had, around 36 degree with humidity feeling like 100%. Next stop was Tam Coc, described as the 'Halong Bay on land'. We started with Vietnamese buffet lunch with the local speciality of goat, not bad. Prior to going on the small rowing boats we slathered ourselves with sun screen, then lined up at the local ...