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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the execution room which had it's last hanging in 1946!
After an informative morning we decided to catch a film in the afternoon and walked to a beautiful old cinema built in 1913. We saw Interstellar and were so impressed with the concept. We haven't been to the cinema in a while, so we really enjoyed it, and Terry even stayed awake.
That evening we were pretty chilly so cooked some food in the hostel - it's in a converted ...
... artwork itself. When arriving you are given an iPod filled with information on every piece, which is updated and shows art work where you are standing, information regarding name of art and aritst as well as comments from critics, art lovers, "ArtWank" comments (the pretentious elitists enjoy artwank), audio interviews, music curators put to go with the art piece, love/hate buttons to record your thoughts and videos. Very interactive and helpful along the way, it gives ...
... Lots of handmade items. We purchased a souvenir for the bar at home – an interesting piece made from scrap, titled "Lamb-ourghini" – it’s a lamb on top of a car (made from a can, batteries, steel wool, etc). Other purchases included some jams, relish from Pirate Bay, some Mongrel Socks (purchased some on our last trip and they were unreal), gifts for Georgia’s friends, some cookies, mini quiche, raspberries, apple cider and ...
... arena. I nearly had to stop and gawk at it. As that is one thing that I had never thought I would have seen anywhere in Australia let alone Hobart.
I am told this is perhaps the coldest place in all of Australia due to Tasmania’s proximity of the South. It was still quite warm to me in Late March when I arrived. I wore a lot of shorts and tank tops with the occasional sweater. It was beautiful.
This is where I saw my second Huntsman spider on ...
... codes. We loved the strangeness of MONA and the market outside was small but very cool with live music, good food and drinks and bean bags to just kick back and relax.
Sadly relaxing was not on the agenda for us as we had a smell to identify in La Toya. So back to Professor Google…. One possible culprit was the battery, but we ran the engine and smelt in every crack and crevice and couldn’t smell a thing. I got Tim to run the engine and I had a ...