Mayfair on Cavell

Address: 17-19 Cavell Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 17-19 Cavell Street, Hobart, is near South Hobart, Sub-Antarctic Plant House, Train Park, and Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts.
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      Freycinet National Park

      A travel blog entry by marcandnat on Dec 30, 2014

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      ... of an ice cream if Lotte managed to walk the entire way back to the car park, and given she then continually asked for said ice cream for the last 500 metres or so of the walk, there was no getting out of it. So we drove to Coles Bay and Lotte had her first ice cream on a stick.... she (and her jumper) loved every bite.

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      Devil of a time in Hobart

      A travel blog entry by ginpell on Nov 18, 2014

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      ... They've already restored and opened a few of the buildings, but are spending a lot of time and money to restore the prison as well. They want you to have a little fun while getting an understanding of what a prisoners life was like, so you get a card with your entry ticket and visit the display area to see what job you would have done. It was a beautiful setting and an almost impossible place to escape from - ...

      Week 46-47 - Hobart 2nd-6th August

      A travel blog entry by eshaw15 on Aug 06, 2014

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      I arrived to Hobart early evening, the airport was no larger than my local train station back home... Tiny, however for a small island, what more do you need (I may be saying different at the end of the trip when waiting to leave at the airport). No trains or bus' to be seen as I landed around 7:30 after travelling all day from Perth to Melbourne to finally here. Asked a Taxi driver how much it is to the city and he said $45-50! No way! I'd rather try and hitch a ride than ...

      I Made It

      A travel blog entry by annebolyn812 on Jun 17, 2014

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      ... out and the tour and all the info are sent to you via email. It is a pretty cool way to handle the tour. I tried this project called Pulse Project ( m.php). You hold these two bars that are connected to a strand of many light bulbs. It picks up your pulse and pulses the light bulbs on and off in time with your pulse. Maybe it was my many rings interfering with the connection, or maybe ...

      Tasmania: you're not all that!

      A travel blog entry by smeelog on Mar 24, 2014

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      ... industry to 1.5 million visitors per year by 2020! David and I were just aching to consult for their Board of Tourism. Because they do have some great attractions, like Hobart's Salamanca Market, the Cadbury factory**** or MONA*****, as well as spots of stunning natural beauty******. Wine Glass Bay, in the Freycinet National Park, was definitely one of our favourites. It's a beautiful walk up to the viewpoint over the ...