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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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We flew into Hobart through a cloudy sky and when we broke through the vista of Hobart was a very gentle one for an eye used to the dry drought burdened landscape of home at the present. We caught the 'shuttle bus' from the airport (and what an experience that airpot is! reminded us of a little country town. One baggage carousel and it was well, …
... dick as this place is the most extraordinarily egotistical self indulgent totally bizarre place I have ever seen. On the other hand its a fantastic boys own dr. death lair in which they should without doubt film the next James Bond or Austin Powers movie. Dug out of and into the mountain its a mass of sunken lifts, chambers, walkways accessed only by boat across a futuristic walkway – totally mad but if you wanted to run around playing bad guys this is ...
... Arms Hotel. The weather was nice and therefore it only felt natural to drop in on the locals and support the local business. ��. "A Pims & Lemonade in a tall glass and a Cascade Lager please barmaid" ��. From there we walked back along the old red light district of South Street, down Kelly's Steps and back into Salamanca for lunch at Jack Greene. I was going to ...
... sup>rd November -Up and out about town when stumbled across a farmers market, which, had lovely produce and relaxed atmosphere. Then up Mount Wellington, the tallest summit overlooking Hobart, reaching 1270 met res the views over the city and coastline were absolutely fantastic!!! Next we took the Huon Trail via Kingston stopping off at Sandy Bay for a stroll along the front, coffee and milkshake. Got back to Hobart and went back to the Wharf area to explore the ...
... wear silly hats until the end. It was a lot of fun.
We finished off our stay in Tasi with a hike at Mount Field National Park, outside of Hobart. The Tall Trees portion of the hike was mighty impressive. One tree was 80 metres high – and still growing! Amazing.
Feeling sad to leave Tasi.....but looking forward to seeing Sydney next where Doug and I will celebrate our 13th wedding anniversary.