Prince of Wales Hotel

Address: 55 Hampden Rd, Hobart, Tasmania, 7004, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 55 Hampden Rd, Hobart, is near Salamanca Place, Salamanca Arts Centre, Lark Distillery, and Runnymede.
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          Travel Blogs from Hobart

          Day in town

          A travel blog entry by luke_rach on Oct 13, 2015

          8 photos

          ... at the Sushi train (kids very excited, Ethan making train noises as we walked there). This was very nice and the popular for Makayla who enjoyed choosing food off the train.

        • Back to accommodation and watched a movie with the kids and rested.
        • Made early dinner, then walked to Salamanca square for desert at Honey Badger Desert Café. Probably a good thing we only came here on the last day as it is ...

        • Blog entry number 6: Last day at Tassie

          A travel blog entry by bam123 on Aug 21, 2015

          1 photo

          It's going to be a cruisy day, I'm leaving back to Brisbane tomorrow so I’m going to explore some of Hobart today, might drive out to Richmond, but I’m planning on going back up to Mt Wellington, didn’t have a chance to go inside the lookout apparently it’s really worth it, so I might go ...

          You'll figure it out...

          A travel blog entry by will.griffiths on Apr 17, 2015

          ... and the water would calm him down. I didn’t mind going back because it was very rocky terrain and it was a scramble almost all the way up.

          I was of course taking detours off the poorly labeled track, any time I saw a decent looking ascent I was up there. The track was very narrow and scrambly in places, which I enjoyed but think it wore Ian out a bit. The summit was a plateau filled with little shacks and solar power cells. People work up there in the ...

          Wow, You Guys, Seriously Wow

          A travel blog entry by christaylor on Feb 18, 2015

          14 photos

          ... and is the reason that Australia has some of the toughest gun laws in the world.

          A night in Swansea, a delightful seaside town with the worst green curry I've ever (not) eaten and a night in St. Helens, another charming seaside town where I carefully avoided anything resembling curry, led us to Freycinet and Mt. William National Park. Every time I think I've seen the most beautiful or stunning or remarkable coastal point ...

          Freycinet National Park

          A travel blog entry by marcandnat on Dec 30, 2014

          13 photos

          ... bouts of sunshine, to have a play in the water. Marc and Lotte went down first and Lotte, of course, was immediately happy, whilst Marc's feet froze off almost instantly. When I joined them I concurred the water was not of swimming temperature, but Lotte, our super hardcore baby, was splashing away and kept asking for both of us to join her. Eventually we had to drag her out when the shivering set in.

          After getting dry and clothed we set off on the ...