BEST WESTERN Hobart
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Location okay. Rooms quite nice. But...absolute rip off for internet access
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... blue then pink and went dark. It had sprinkled with a bit of rain today and listening to the birds and smelling the lilacs was so beautiful, we are glad to be home now and are grateful for living where we do and having what we have. I went to bed happy, smudge came downstairs and slept in her bed beside me. Jazzy was under the covers with mum and Georgie in her bed with mum, poor Andrew, things will change tomorrow night...maybe?! He came to bed around ...
Our final day in Tasmania began with a greeting from a little crawling critter in a fluffy cat suit, my niece.
Downstairs we were reminded that it was Mother's Day and that it was 'essential to book a table for breakfast', even though we were staying upstairs. Seemed a bit absurd to all of us as breakfast was included in the tariff but we waited in the nearby bar (unfortunately closed) until they could arrange something ...
... and talking to himself, and just general weirdness all made me think this is what it would probably feel like staying with the dude from Silence of the Lambs. You know something is off, but until you actually see the maze in the basement and get instructed to put the lotion in the basket, you can't quite figure out what it is.
Outside of the host problem, things went pretty good. We made it down to ...
... is has such a high status, white sand, crystal clear water and it stretches for miles. More photos snapped we decided to head to Hazards Beach round the other side of the bay where their would be less crowds and also less of a breeze as the wind was on shore at Wineglass. Another 2km we made it, although not as white sand still an incredible place and what was a private as the crowds didn't tend to venture this far. A boiling day with temperatures reaching the mid 30s we ...
... first day in Tassie, we visited a very old sweet factory in Launceston, and also visited the gorge and had a ride on the cable cars. The cable cars took us over the gardens and the gorge and gave us the most amazing views. There were peacocks in the grounds too! After this we decided to stick to our plan and drove down from Launceston to Cradle Mountain. The camper van struggled to get above 80km/ph and even when I could reach those speeds, the wind was so strong the old, swaggy ...