Somerset on Salamanca, Hobart
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... back down to the city and walked around the waterfront area and had some yummy fish and chips for lunch.
We next explored Battery point which is a historical suburb of the town, with pretty & grand houses (similar those you'd find in the English countryside) we sat in the park for a while then headed back to the hostel. We booked a massage for the evening at Jun Lin massage, and we had traditional Chinese massages. They were ...
... a single blob on like you would see in the tate where you hear people say "my dog could do better than that". All of the art in this gallery makes you think, and I highly recommend it to anybody and everybody, even if you do not 'get' art. It is also simply mind blowing that this, is simply, one man's collection of art. There are so many piece that I keep thinking of and want to tell people about, but its one of those experience that you simply can not share, you have to ...
... of places (food wise but it did have a roaring fire and a wonderful selection from the distillers of Tasmania for the parents) so off we went. We were going to find somewhere for a picnic but the next ferry was only 20 minutes from departing so we decided to call it a day. Stephen didn’t think we would make it on, but somehow they crammed us all in. Just as we were leaving the rain hit, but we were parked on the bottom deck of the ferry so it didn’t wash any of the dirt off ...
... cars while Stephen took a friend of ours (who now lives in Victoria) back to their accommodation to get some parts for their car (they had their car on display). We ran into one of the guys from our car club, and saw the car of another member but didn’t get to catch up with him. We took a few photos of the area and headed off to the Australian Street Rod Federation Nationals.
The ASRF nationals were held at the Royal Hobart Showgrounds, about ...
... silly question, there was no way my friend would have gone near it…lol.
The mountainous regions to the west of Hobart were beautiful – large for this area. And they held their majestic beauty quite nicely.
We also did a tour along the southern coast – to Bruny Island, Cygnet and into the Harts mountains national park. It was quite beautiful and so peaceful. I enjoyed it.
I was supposed to head north to Launceston to see ...