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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          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Hobart

          Bit Chilly

          A travel blog entry by tntontour on Dec 23, 2015

          Half an hour from Hobart Airport we were in our room at Salamanca Inn. Nice room; great location. Headed out to the town for a recce and to buy provisions. Summer, and we need three layers to go outside. 20 minute walk each way yo the supermarket and Hobart looked a lot like other Australian cities. Young men rumbling in the park, abusing police …

          Bonorong / Bontanical Gardens

          A travel blog entry by luke_rach on Oct 12, 2015

          12 photos

          ... and Daddy went exploring the gardens.

        • Run/skipped and played games Makayla made up as we went exploring. Makayla really enjoyed (more than expected) and did not want to go back to the car, kept finding new things to look at.
        • Generally the botanical gardens were nice however quite small compared to many other cities and suffered from a lot of traffic noise, but we had a lot of fun exploring.
        • Back to accommodation for dinner (homemade pizza ...

        • Blog Entry Number 3: Cascade brewery

          A travel blog entry by bam123 on Aug 18, 2015

          1 photo

          Today is the day I go to the Cascade Brewery, it's said that every scratch on the sandstone bricks was made by the convicts that built it, that’s pretty cool I must say. But a lot of the Brewery was damaged when there was a big fire in Tassie that’s why the only maintained sand stone part of the Brewery is the entrance, but it’s all been ...

          14 days on the road

          A travel blog entry by lescol on Apr 21, 2015

          26 photos

          ... br>
          Back on track, at Maydena I was put to work, donned appropriate clothes and chatted with possible future volunteers. How I wished we had Where-ever on that day but the local shop provided food and we had a thermos with us. I would be taking Where-ever in the days to come - after all wasn't Where-ever the mobile catering/accommodation for this trip? Besides I could have taken a nap in the comfort of Where-ever whilst Col chatted.

          From Snug ...

          You'll figure it out...

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

          ... towards me. Seeing his breath misting his nostrils…

          I was never going to shoot him; deer aren’t in season for shooting this time of year. But it’s the first time I've seen a deer that close, and literally a finger squeeze away from my first stag kill. I put the rifle down and got out my phone, managed to get a go video of him investigating the truck and disappearing into the long grass.

          After that, I decided I was going to shoot ...