Rydges Hotel Hobart
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Got up at 4:30 am for a 6:30 flight from Armidale to Sydney and then Sydney to Hobart. Both flights when smoothly, both flights on time and hence we arrived at the scheduled time of 11:20 am. A bit chilly in Hobart which was a welcome relief from the high temps up north. The locals said it was the best day they have had for weather for about a week …
... The kids were complaining they were starving to death, so we found one of the only 13 Golden Arches establishments on the island.
Stephen’s cousin had told us about a place called Joe’s garage in Hobart. After driving around for a little while we finally found it. It’s a small bar up a side street. The “garage” is full of car parts, bike parts, motor bikes, a couple of real cars, engines and lots of memorabilia. It used ...
... total for the week was 903kms - avg per day 129.5kms)
Total Climbing 1354m (total for the week was 11,220 - avg per day was 1602))
Avg Speed 23.6kmh
Max Speed 59.0kmh
Max Alt 455mtrs
Min Sea Level mtrs
Min temp - 11.9 degrees C (at the summit of our ride)
Max temp - 17 degrees C (when we left at 8am this morning)
Avg temp - 14 degrees
Starting weight - 85.3kg
Finishing weight - 85.1kg
... given me the confidence to do this. I am also very thankful for the technical advice and assistance with my new gadgets - as a person with no previous interest in technology this has been a huge learning curve. I would not recommend technologically challenged people leave this to the last minute like I did, lol. I now have many movies, books, language lessons and more to keep me occupied on my lonely nights and the long plane, train and bus trips that I will be making. Thank you all guys ...
... for the return journey. At the port, after a quick coffee break and engine assessment the bad news was that the engine was pretty much done so we would not be able to go back out, but we would all get a full refund. We may not have made it to wineglass bay and joined the 1% club (apparently only 1% of tourists go here), but we had a free boat ride, saw some cool birds and had some lovely champers, all in all not a bad day if you ask me. We didn’t get there but ...