Lenna of Hobart

20 Runnymede St, Hobart, Tasmania, 7004, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 20 Runnymede St, Hobart, is near Salamanca Place, Salamanca Arts Centre, Lark Distillery, and Runnymede.
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    Travel Blogs from Hobart

    Chain Reaction Day 7 - Hobart - Huon Valley loop

    A travel blog entry by seankell on Mar 28, 2014

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    While this was incredibly disappointing given the way the climb had been talked up all week, I was happy with the alternative proposal which was a 75 km loop around the coast/Huon Valley including the lower slopes of Mt Wellington and being back at the hotel by lunchtime. We left the hotel at 8am this morning having been told that we'd raised $525,000 so far which was a big jump from the previous update. Thanks for all your support in that ...

    Tasmania: you're not all that!

    A travel blog entry by smeelog on Mar 24, 2014

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    ... Trek* -- and even then you're not guaranteed a bed in the huts, so you're forced to carry a tent anyway** -- that there is practically no wifi available***, their food isn't as good as on the mainland, and what they do have in the way of tourist-friendly attractions are overpriced, it's hardly surprising this is Australia's poorest state. And they think their going to be to live up to the Liberal vision to grow ...

    Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 10, 2014

    281 photos

    ... Many people think that the bright orange rocks are the reason that this stretch of coast is known as the Bay of Fires, but in fact this coast was given its name in 1773 by Captain Tobias Furneaux in his boat Adventure, who saw the fires of Aboriginal people on the beaches.

    The Bay of Fires, was every bit as beautiful as the photos online made it look. There was not another person around, the sun was shining and the water was crystal clear. I was brave enough ...

    Hobart and the South

    A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Jan 06, 2014

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    ... and Gore Tex jackets so are unsure if we need anything more. But we err in the side of caution and stick on our fleeces too – and Linda sticks on her down gilet. We get to the boat, and realise it’s fairly small and quite exposed (all the better for observing the wildlife) and we’re given full-length waterproof coats too – so many layers! Then we set off and we’re pretty thankful – even moving slowly it’s cold, and at ...

    Salamanca Markets

    A travel blog entry by kathypender on Dec 21, 2013

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    ... some food, I also had a mixed berry smoothie and Dylan an apple and ginger juice. After we looked for a while we sat in the sun near the Abel Tasman Memorial Fountain and relaxed for 15 minutes, I had a pie, before we met back up with mum and dad.

    After this we went for a walk along Constitution Dock and admired the boats. Constitution Dock is the harbour-side dock area of Hobart, on the Derwent River. Constitution ...