Somerset on the Pier, Hobart
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The apartments were great. Split level with bedroom upstairs. A problem if you need a bathroom at night. A little tired in design, but a fantastic position and lovely staff
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Despite the inclement weather we decided we wanted to continue with our plan to head up the top of Mt Wellington for Christmas lunch.
Loads of phone calls before we left. Ina and Denis got in first they are in our favourite campsite at Thredbo Diggings. We have been having Christmas together for several years in Thredbo. Enjoying each others company, but not all the hype of Christmas. Quiet, just the way we love Christmas.
... of coffee (long black adds the coffee to the water and Americano adds water to the coffee), but no one I asked for a long black knew what it was. (Any coffee experts feel free to correct me, as I have no idea what I'm talking about. For the record, the coffee I make is a double shot added to hot water, so whatever that is, that's what I drink.)
15. The sun still rises in the east and sets in the west in the northern hemisphere. (This is an in-joke and Lil ...
... an actual garage. There were even parts in the floor, encased in resin. It was an awesome place. Stephen had a drink and Georgia got to play the pinball machine.
There was a hotrod in street trying to find somewhere to park, so we left (we were right out the front) so he could park there and headed back to the cabin.
While I did some washing, Georgia went and made herself 3 more new friends.
Tonight’s dinner was an interesting ...
... parking ticket and thankfully when we returned two hours later there was no ticket on our windscreen. We were just so excited to be in Hobart at last and had followed the crowd to the Salamanca Market without reading the parking sign properly!!
As expected, the market had numerous stalls selling everything one could possibly find at a market and a huge crowd milling around between the stalls. We were some of the few not from a cruise ship that had docked a couple ...