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Hadley's could be a beautiful Hotel, it is set in a lovely old building in the middle of the city, walking distance to the wharf area and North Hobart. We had a Suite and it was large and had everything you would expect, but it is boring and in need of a renovation. The staff were lovely and very helpful.
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Thursday 20th November-Made our way from Bronte Park via Hamilton, so quaint stopped for a coffee in a really cute cafe.
Continued our journey down to Port Arthur in the south west of the island stopping first at Pirates Bay where there was a Tessellated pavement (type of wave eroded rocks) that was really unusual and brilliant …
Hobart is the capital of the state of Tasmania. It's a typical port city, and reminds me of Halifax. Lots of big hills and very temperate. The top of the hills get some snow in winter. Off to Port Arthur (Island? ) which has Tasmania Devil Park, and Port Arthur Tasman National Park. Tasman Peninsula. The Port Arthur peninsula is about an hour and a …
Day 11: Up for breakfast a little later. Bus did not leave until 8:30. We headed southeast of Hobart to go to Port Arthur. On the way we stopped at another government sanctuary for the Tasmanian devil. They fed the devils while we watched so we could see how they devour their food. They are kind of like an oversized cat that is a …
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 ...
A beautiful morning with the sun reflecting off the water and the gulls and ducks vocally applauding the fine weather. Check out completed then we made a decision as to which direction we'd take. We decided on heading north west with a breakfast stop in New Norfolk and onwards to Hamilton. Our choices for breakfast venues in New Norfolk were limited to say the least so we ended up with a Cape Grim beef pie. Where from? Banjos of course. Their sales ...