Peppers Seaport Hotel

Address: 28 Seaport Blvd, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 28 Seaport Blvd, Launceston, is near City Park, The Tamar Valley, The Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, and J. Boag & Son.
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      Great Scallop Pie!

      A travel blog entry by jimbo.maddy on Jan 05, 2015

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      We stayed at Gravelly Beach Rest Area which is a free camp spot on the Tamar river and approx 23 klms from Launceston. We had some nice Kangaroo steak on the bbq and picked some oysters off the river banks to use as bait for a spot of fishing afterwards. Since arriving in Tassie, I have been trying to find a bakery that sells the highly recommended 'Scallop Pie' but no luck as yet. So far, we have tried about half a dozen places with ...

      Mum takes Joey to see Wine Glass Bay

      A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... both along gravel paths and over two hundred uneven, boulder type steps. The view was worth the climb though. After making it down, we drove on to another scenic look out of the Park's un-spoilt coastline. It was here that we ran into Joey and his Mum.

      Having chosen to ignore our host's advice not to attempt to reach our next stop, Launceston, via the coast road and crossing four rain forest ranges, we set off in that direction and finally ...

      Day 12 Hue to Danang

      A travel blog entry by suepaine on Sep 09, 2014

      ... 400 year old Japanese Bridge, 300 year old Chinese temple, 200 year old Vietnamese former merchant's house. While visiting these places Phong gave us strict instructions, NO more shopping as after the tour he was to take us to our luxury resort accommodation, the Sunrise Resort. Very very nice. Thoroughly exhausted 4 of us decided not to go the next day to My Son but to have a what we thought would be a restful day We couldn't help ourselves, once booked in we headed to the ...

      Losing Momentum

      A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Apr 13, 2014

      27 photos

      The clocks in Australia have gone back an hour which makes it really hard to do anything after work. It is dark at around 6:30, so by the time I would drive anywhere, I would have to turn right around and come back. Therefore, I haven’t done an exploring during the week. Friday night, I went with two of my housemates out for dinner at one of the local pubs. It was pretty dead for most of the night, but then it filled up with some ...

      Tasmania

      A travel blog entry by raniaandlaura on Feb 01, 2014

      1 comment

      ... they were rank. Our new BFF Grant the motel owner gave us loads of tips on what to do in Hobart and we were a bit less scared about staying in a Motel after that. It is always motels in films where people get shot and criminals hide out. For dinner we had chippy tea by the harbour but we ended up eating out fish n chips on the boat as it started to rain and so a nice man invited us onto his boat to finish our dinner. It was a bit El Choppo so we didn't stay long. After a ...

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