Salamanca Inn

Address: 10 Gladstone Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 10 Gladstone Street, Hobart, is near Salamanca Place, Salamanca Arts Centre, Lark Distillery, and Runnymede.
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    Travel Blogs from Hobart

    Melbourne to Tasmania

    A travel blog entry by mikecharl on May 06, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... up the camper in gale force winds and headed off with no real plan in mind The lady at the Apollo office pointed us in the direction of the supermarkets to pick up supplies but we must have misheard the instructions with no shops to be seen. Cadbury factory well and truly in our sights. Mike thought he died and went to chocolate heaven. Disappointed that the tour of the factory is no longer available due to health and safety, so sat through ...

    Tasmania - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

    A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Apr 09, 2015

    31 photos

    ... the geology in there is thousands of years old and is formed by calcium crystals that form through the water on the surface working it's way through the soil and eventually dropping into the cave, however when it does the water will leave a small deposit of calcium carbine behind, creating these amazing underground features. The women who took us through the tour was your typical droll sounding tour guide who had done it too much, however she did tell us about a Scottish couple who ...

    Cruise to nowhere

    A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Mar 26, 2015

    8 photos

    ... old travel mags to the sound of the whirring drill)), the second was the handiness of a weekly flight to Fiji, which is on the round the world tick-list of nearly all Pacific shoestring travellers, and enabled us to get from there to the island groups of Tonga and then finally away to north America. These days the Cooks, apart from the weekly flight to Tahiti and LA, is a virtual cul de sac, and a trip to most other island requires a rather pricey backtrack to Auckland ...

    Goodbye Tasmania

    A travel blog entry by jillmac on Mar 14, 2015

    Leaving the hotel in Hobart early this morning we are now on our way to Sydney on a revolting Jetstar aircraft. Now I know why everyone complains about them. The seats are narrow and there is very little room between my seat and the seat in front and of course the seats do not recline. Fortunately we have a spare seat beside us so Ross was able to spread out a little but still it is ...

    Tasmania - where there's only 3 types of snakes...

    A travel blog entry by cnudo on Feb 17, 2015

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... some more Tassie wines and ciders. The cooler climate here makes the grapes and apple trees thrive. Our first stop was Willie Smiths cider, where a delicious mixed greens salad with goat cheese and walnuts accompanied the paddle of ciders. My favourite was the pear. Next we made our way down the road to Home Hills winery, and were greeted by some alpacas in the front parking lot. I couldn't get over laughing at their hair cuts, shaggy little animals they are. The wines ...