Somerset on the Pier, Hobart
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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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... the house then Dylan decided to go for a snorkel and Kerry and Justin took the girls to the berry farm to pick some berries.
Dad and I sat on the beach and chatted and Mum went to organise tickets for tomorrow for our cruise. Dylan had about an hour snorkel and then mum picked up Kerry and Justin and they came down the beach.
Dylan and I went home so Dylan could get dry. Sienna and Justin went for a swim after we left, eek, at least ...
... as they know their curries!) once we were back in the room heat seemed to be a bit of an issue but in the closet I located the thickest, warmest lamb wool blanket I've ever seen. Seriously, they must have sheared 100 sheep to make this thing, it even came in its own carrying bag, if the weight of our luggage wasn't an issue... Saturday morning = SALAMANCA MARKET! This is considered Australia's best outdoor weekly market. It has everything from ...
Having an amazing time! Surprising how different Hobart is to Auckland. I'd say that its a combination of Taupo and Dunedin. Its such a great place and the accents here are not thick at all! See you all in 9 days :) -Courtenay
Wow is all I can say to sum up my trip so far. Hobart is such a lovely town; very different to Auckland but very similar to Queenstown. Buildings are brick and very old fashioned compared to Auckland City which has many flash, tall ...
... meals. I particularly enjoyed my venison sausages and the Pavlova desserts were decadent and large. Our accommodation is an unusual design, with high ceilings and A picturesque stating beside a lake. It lacks some basics like storage space and kitchen size, but it is comfortable enough. The lake at our dorks home to a few Australian Salmon which can be fed dog biscuits. They are around the 5 kg mark and ...