Royal Exchange Hotel

Address: 57 Campbell St., Hobart, Tasmania, TAS 7000, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 57 Campbell St., Hobart, is near Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Theatre Royal, Hobart's Trikemania Adventure Tours, and Sullivan's Cove.
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Travel Blogs from Hobart


A travel blog entry by kelvinals on Apr 05, 2015

11 comments, 9 photos

... it's not that bad as there's always 'Happy Hour' at the end of the day. Towing my faithful caravan off the ferry in Devonport after a rough 9 hour passage from the mainland I found an old beat-up caravan park called the Abel Tasman, named after the bloke that discovered this stormy wind-swept island and named it Van Dieman's Land. There was an unmistakable excitement in the air as fellow travellers set-up camp and beckoned others to join-in with their 'Happy Hour' ...

Day 7 - Hobart

A travel blog entry by thesleepysloth on Mar 12, 2015

4 photos

... owned by one of the women who was initially planned to be an instructor on this cruise but was dropped as they didn't think she was popular enough. I guess she has had the last laugh now! The shop is in an old church with lovely stained glass windows. Very nice all round but her stock was very limited so I brought a small kit ($10) so that I can say I have done one of her works but nothing else. I also one a door prize, one ...

Tassie, and then some.

A travel blog entry by samanthannec on Feb 26, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

... a tasting. We got to the winery at 4:52pm, approximately, and it closed at 5pm. The bartender was nice enough to give us a "power tasting" as we called it, which was basically 10 wines in 15 minutes. Because it was the end of the day, the glasses were more than just a sip as we were helping to finish off the bottles. We ended up purchasing our favourite of the selection; a delish and refreshing Pinto Gris which we shared with Kim back in Melbourne. Tasmania also happens to ...

Wooden Boat Show

A travel blog entry by wherrol on Feb 06, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... watch the boats get ready at nearby Sandy Point before they started the parade.

The parade of sail was just magnificent. Old boats and newer boats all got into the festivities. Over 100 were cruising in front of us. Even the Police boat was a beautiful old wooden boat. The whole parade sailed past us in about 20 minutes.

Then we wandered down to see the main festivities. There was just so much to see. Exhibits were ...

Tassie, Australia

A travel blog entry by handh on Jan 17, 2015

156 photos

... the World. It is amazing that such seeming paradise was also a notorious penal colony only 170 years ago. Tuesday 20 January Port Arthur Port Arthur was an early penal colony with an aim of both punishing and reforming the convicts. In part it was a social experiment with parts of the prison running a regime of deprivation making convicts a number, removing their identity and not allowing communication. The concept spread from Pennsylvania and was advocated by Quakers ...

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