Somerset on the Pier, Hobart
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These apartment are very well placed They are close to restaurant, the town and the ferries One day we headed over to Mona. A fantastic display of modern art. Owned by Peter Wallace. A place to spend a few hours. The ferry trip was well worth the journey, traveling under the bridge Another day I cdid a tour on a little bus. Ending walking around …
Governorphil stayed here on May 9, 2011 during their trip titled: Tasmania 2011.
... the historical area there. Richmond is about 20 kilometres out of Hobart and a really pretty little place with the oldest bridge in Australia, the oldest Catholic Church in Australia and the oldest gaol, so a lot of history. We visited all of these and took photos before heading to the local bakery for a pie and coffee.
It was a nice drive out to Richmond as there are a lot of wineries on the way ...
... There are many "gems" as you can see! We are very thankful that you have allowed your girls to experience this tour and I know they will come back enriched both musically and socially as they have all been great in mixing and socialising. Not long to go now, it really is countdown to the end.
Soon they will be heading home with you and we as parent leaders can relax and be happy that the tour has been a great success!
... in and around Hobart as Jorja got a UTI that had to be treated with injection antibiotics. She is however on the mend, and we think we have recruited a young doctor to come work and fish in Hazleton. JD has shared her circle of friends with us and we have enjoyed visiting and Caleb has met a few boys.
Hobart is a small city, full of beautiful stone buildings, Australia’s oldest brewery (Cascade stout is ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSomerset on the Pier, Hobart
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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