Hobart Midcity Hotel
Travel Blogs from Hobart
... I must say they are a lovely group who are mixing so well and taking care of each other. We are being given plenty of public opportunities to perform and have been mentioned in press releases, so, all in all, we have hit Tasmania with a burst of song and smiling happy faces.
Our parental support group are absolutely amazing and care for the girls so well ... and me too!!!!
... our receptionist was from Oldham, small world. Once in Huonville we waited for the bus back into town. Hobart is one of Australia's oldest towns and hasn't really developed since the convicts flooded here in the 1800s. People here didn't seem to walk around with a purpose as they did in Perth and Melbourne, they stumbled in search of a purpose. For the first time we saw kids hanging on street corners and staring at our ...
Pack up and back to Hobart today.
We stopped for a picnic, and a play, at a place called Swansea on our way. Dylan and Emma didn't like the thousands of squawking seagulls that joined us and swooped for any lunch that Taya dropped. Scenic coastal journey for part of the way, then naps for everyone except Rich.
Excited to be back in our ...
... swallowed our pride and disappointment realised was an achievement, as a lot of professional climbers decided it was too dangerous to climb any further aswell. That evening was spent by the fire discussing the weather (our English background coming through) with others who attempted the climb.
We then headed to Launceston where we visited Cateract Gorge and then drove on to the Bay of Fires. It’s ...
Along one set of buildings, there are some canals. When this farm was
first settled, the canals were dug by convict labor and the land was
irrigated with the water. It was quite a large farm - granted by the
King of England to the Prince of Wales, who had been named George Read,
after his nursemaid. This man was well taken care of because he was a
prince but not acknowledged as one. I have to look this up because I ...