Hobart Midcity Hotel
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... is Port Arthur, the island’s old penal colony, although in fact it was for secondary offenders who were put to work and taught trades as well as being punished. The site is beautiful and it must have reminded some of them of home. It was not an easy life but there was an attempt at rehabilitation and apparently the conditions and rations were generally better than in the big cities in England then, so life expectancy was quite high.
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... Probably the most stunning 360' view I have ever seen. It was so cold at the top there's snow! Never thought I'd see snow in Australia!? On our way down we were so incredibly lucky to see 5 Tasmanian devils- 4 alive, 1 dead. We were e only car on the mountain and it was dark by this point, but we saw them run across the road and sitting on a wall...so incredibly lucky to see so many in the wild! After we went for a few beers inHobart and sat by a big open ...
... There is something about mountain ranges that I find captivating. Maybe it's the sheer size, the different colours, and way they dominate the skyline, maybe it's the backdrops and other things around about that frame them. Maybe it's the remoteness and serenity of them. Maybe it's the fact not that many people these days can be bothered to climb them, or maybe it's a mixture of all of them, but whatever it is, I love it. And I could tell by the silence and clicking of cameras from ...
... we couldn't see more than 50 feet into the gray! Luckily, as we ate our lunch atop the lookout, the clouds parted just long enough to snap a quick picture of the lake before we defended. Despite the lack of a view, it was still a great hike and a good way to stretch our legs before we started the drive to our final camp site for the trip in Queenstown. With all of the beauty of Tasmania, Queenstown could not have been more opposite! An old copper mining town, ...
... a bonus.
Then we grabbed drinks and a muffin before wandering along a bit further, eventually ending up at Salamanca Place. There was a kids entertainment area set up for the day there so Lotte played with some giant Legos for a bit, as well as identifying Australian cuddly toys and sliding on a little slide.
The Taste of Tasmania was in full swing and we figured it was near enough to lunchtime to warrant going in. Everything ...