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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... through the rain, we kept hoping that the patch of blue sky we could see would be over Launceston. No such luck I’m afraid.
We found a nice, central location to park the car and headed off in the rain for a walk. Dressed in our rain gear and carrying umbrellas we walked around the waterfront trail to the Cataract Gorge Trail. This trail winds along the edges of a steep gorge that was cut through the hills by the South Esk River. On a ...
... of my phobias, great. As we trekked around we ended up on a couple wicked suspension bridges, and hovered above a river below. These were the parts I took a break from surveying the ground that I was walking on for snakes, but where Sam confronted her fears of heights. We are quite the pair of messes, haha. Eventually we ended on the actual Airwalk, which is about 100ft in the air, and you're literally walking in the trees. There was one portion that suspends out upon ...
Today is our trip to Mona the New and Old Museum of Art. We booked tickets on the ferry to get there and back, which leaves from Salamanca This weekend is also the Wooden Boat Festival in Hobart so Salamanca is full of boats for the festival. The Diamond Princess cruise ship is also moored in the Harbour so there are thousands of people around in the markets, looking at the boats and probably visiting Mona.
... the kids while we're away, but never before in a foreign city. Good thing the kids are already Sydney pros.
But back to Hobart. Where to start, except to say that to our naive eyes the place seems just about perfect. Our first evening here wasn't so promising, with enough rain to keep us close to the hotel and struggling to find a meal other than fish and chips (the Australian equivalent of pizza, though Dominoes has a ...
... good thing that same tax isn't imposed on people, or I would be in serious trouble haha! So these houses could be four stories high, really long but super narrow - similar to Amsterdam I guess.
Arrived at the Aranya Hotel and shown to a beautiful room complete with rose petals spread on the bed. The staff were super friendly and the most helpful I've ever come across, as the following days would prove. A quick shower and I flopped into bed and slept like a baby.