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- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClydesdale Manor Hobart
The most noticeable thing about Clydesdale when you get inside the door is that it doesn't smell like a motel. It is just clean and fresh and natural. The back garden area is really quaint and inviting.
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... with stone and steel.
Lovely coffee and lemon tart looking at the Derwent river, learnt that Hobart harbour is the deepest in Australia.
Then went to Salamanca market area looking at hand made itemspaintings, pottery, turned wood, metal sculptures, blown glass and jewellery.
Alas did not have time to enjoy Tassies speciality Scallop Pies.
On board ...
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... got a show bag as part of the tour and bought one block of chocolate each from the shop. For someone who has only just decided he likes chocolate after eight years, Emerson made up for lost time and made quick work of the plain dairy milk block.
MONA. Oh my goodness, it was amazing on so many levels. The gallery's owner made his money from gambling (so a controversial and hardly high class beginning) and decided to build this incredible place right on the ...
... belong, has reawoken a dormant urge to eat. Our second day was to be spent doing a coastal drive up to the Freycinet National Park. An area famous for being home to one of the top 10 beaches on the entire planet. Wineglass Bay. Although this was the highlight of the day. The hike up there was equally as stunning. It was just nice to swap skyscrapers for mountains, and busy roads for rivers and lakes. There's something about walking in National parks and deep in the country that ...
... before we arrived at the park gates. Although we wouldn't have quite as much time to explore as we had hoped, with a large rainstorm moving in overnight, we were determined to explore as much as possible. We headed to the end of the road and the trail to thenWineglass Bay lookout. After a 20 minute hike up the side of the hill, we were met with a stunning view of the bay and its white sand beach. Although we had been intending to turn around at the lookout ...