Salamanca Terraces

93 Salamanca Place, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 93 Salamanca Place, Hobart, is near Salamanca Place, Salamanca Arts Centre, Lark Distillery, and Hobart's Trikemania Adventure Tours.
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    Cars Cars Cars

    A travel blog entry by saw_itt on Apr 19, 2014

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    ... the only disadvantage of being 15 minutes out of Hobart (on the freeway) is the few places to eat dinner. The holiday park has an excellent restaurant (it’s very popular) but tonight we hoped for a pub meal, except the local didn’t have any meals tonight. We ended up having subway as we really couldn’t be bothered driving around anymore. Tomorrow we’ll have to be a bit more prepared or eat here.

    Tomorrow we’re off to Bruny ...

    Sydney to Hawaii via New Zealand and Tahiti

    A travel blog entry by heatherj101 on Apr 07, 2014

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    And so we are down to single figures in "days until" after booking over a year ago. The suitcase has been brought upstairs and wiped over, the left over bits and pieces from last year's holiday have been sorted and either thrown out ( how many souvenir ticket stubs do you really need) or put in the going pile ready for the big last minute sort and pack. The proposed ...

    Tarraleah to Hobart - day 6 130kms

    A travel blog entry by seankell on Mar 27, 2014

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    I won't bore you with any more details on The lodge stay at Tarraleah last night other than it was amazingly luxurious to be able to make a nespresso before 6am this morning. I found out last night the town had a maximum population through the 1940's - 60's of around 1600 people and slowly dwindled down to a population of 4 just before it was abandoned in the 1990s. A surreal place but still pretty cool.

    We had a foggy start to ...

    Do's, Devils and Convicts

    A travel blog entry by therealdeal on Mar 02, 2014

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    ... we went through a town called 'Doo Town" where nearly every house has a name with 'Doo' in it. Some names are: 'Dr Doolittle, Much to Doo, Thistle-Doo and (mind my language) Doo f@#k all.
    We then went to the Tasmanian Wildlife Conservation Park. It is a beautiful park with very natural and big enclosures for the animals. We were lucky enough to watch the ...

    Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 10, 2014

    281 photos

    ... to be used for lighting and the whalebone for ladies' corsets and hoop skirts. Shore-based whaling lasted about 20 years on the peninsula but in that time, whenever the whalers were about their grisly business, the bay was dyed red with blood - like rich red wine in a glass.

    That evening we met up with Taye and once again benefited from the insider knowledge and went to a beautiful bistro with the most wonderful views over Coles Bay. We had a very slow ...