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TravelPod Member ReviewsTransit Backpackers Hobart
Not a good place for a relaxing stay, it's crowded, the rooms are stuffed with bunks and the kitchen and toilets are very dirty. Therefore it's cheap and has a good location near the town centre of Hobart.
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... archway at Eagle Neck,which, also had a nice bay and jetty. Visited Doo Town where all the properties had been named after the town; Dr Doolittle, Xandaoo, Much a Doo etc etc. Got to our hotel, the Fox and Hounds in Port Arthur, one of the nicest motel rooms we'vie stayed in with great views over the estuary. Had dinner in the hotel restaurant,which, was lovely.
Entering the Port Arthur area we had noticed a number of Tasmanian Devil road warning signs, the ...
Just as I did last year I woke up at 3.00 am I'm still on Honolulu time but eventually went back to sleep around 4.30 am. We woke up tired at 6.00 am ready to have a shower and catch the 7.10 am shuttle to the airport. I paid the bill at the front desk for last night and the two shuttles around $93.00 before getting on the shuttle. The trip was uneventful until we arrived to check our extra bags in which we are entitled to if travelling within a 24 ...
... other trees. A reminder of the devastation, like a tree graveyard across the landscape as you travel up the mountain.
We arrived to the top of Mt Wellington, overlooking the city of Hobart at height of 1,271 metres, just in time before we were engulfed in a cloud. Freezing cold, snow deeper than the mini van in places, we towered over the city for mind blowing views of Hobart. Wrapped up for dear life and walking at a 45 degree angle against the wind we had ...
... a great view.
Thursday, we left work early for the trek down to Hobart. It was about a 4 hour drive, but there was a lot of construction. The middle of the country is more like the prairies. It is flat and full of beef cattle. The views were still nice because the mountains filled the back ground.
Work in Hobart was great. The whole team met for dinner and drinks before going back ...
... on the side of crazy that makes me scared .
Safely back on the road and with John stood on the side of the road hitchhiking, we did feel for the poor souls that picked him up and hoped that we would not be reading a Wolf Creek tale in the news anytime soon…..
On the way back to Hobart we manage to squeeze in a few stops for some Big Things, although they were somewhat small by our standards.
Our first stop in Hobart, Battery ...