Mantra One Sandy Bay Road
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMantra One Sandy Bay Road Hobart
Well...what a classic apartment....could not ask for more...
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... with a huge liner in dock – the 4,000-capacity Celebrity Solstice – disgorging myriad Chinese tourists with lanyards into the streets, but that apart it was all quite eyecatching.
The city is built on a grid system with one-way streets; there’s still an old quarter, Battery Point, which is the oldest residential district. Lots of Victorian-style houses with gardens full of roses. As with the surrounding area, where you come round the corner to find ...
Today we arrived in Hobart! At 10am we got out of bed to get ready for our 11am brewery tour. When we arrived our tour guide Sam took us for a walk, she told about the history of the brewery and Hobart. After about an hour we were taken back to the brewery and were given a chance to try 3 drinks, because I'm under 18 I wasn't allowed to try the ciders, but I got to taste the soft drinks (they ...
... more to be chopped, moving it was a sketch easier.
Lindsay has taken Ivy and I out for a few different events, firstly, his son was playing in a local AFL (Australian Football League) match, which was good. I don’t know why I didn’t film any of it though. I really think that the game should be played more worldwide; it is by far the best ball game I've ever seen. Smashes rugby and football is about as hopeful of receiving ...
... good to drink we are told but don't believe all you are told. Some of us told a different story next morning including yours truly; say no more. We drive into Queenstown a very desolate landscape far worse than Sudbury with a Wild West feel. Cooper was the ore mined here and boy did they destroy the landscape.
Finally we arrive Strahan after 6 PM and check in to the YHA backpackers hostel where ...
... provided we settled in.
Lotte joined the land of the living again by six and we hung out whilst a band sang sea shanties and a theatre company dressed as pirates put on a performance (there was a distinct pirate theme as Sinbad the Sailor was being promoted in the local theatre). Then we watched Peter Pan (Lotte is still a bit too young to follow a Disney film but was engaged with parts of it nonetheless and said 'doggie' and 'crocodile ...