The Lodge on Elizabeth
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Had an early breakfast at Cradle Mountain Lodge and bought
our park permits. Drove 7k to Dove
Lake. This is at the base of Cradle
Mountain. Hiked 4 miles around the lake
in about 2 hrs. Spectacular
scenery. Unfortunately some of the
mountain was in clouds but it was still amazing to walk the wooden boardwalk
around 80% …
The morning sun was glinting invitingly off the bay down in Hobart as I tucked into my morning porridge so I decided a trip down the Huon Valley would be a good idea and after all, there were a few vineyards down there. Unfortunately the heavens opened and the day was a bit of a wash out – but hey, first really wet day and the wines were good …
After such a great first day in Hobart I slept like a baby through until 7am. Breakfast at the Lodge is a simple but satisfying affair with cereals, toast, coffee and juice all part of the deal.
Another crisp morning with temperatures around 2°C. I wandered down to the Tourist Information place having digested the materials I picked up the …
Hobart has that unusual light that the Southern Hemisphere can bring. I arrived on a crisp, bright winter morning (3°C) into their small airport and was on the bus in no time.
I have some friends here but had not warned them that I was hitting town. A quick email from the bus and I was lined up for dinner in the evening.
My hotel …
"Welcome to another beautyful day in paradise" citat Khani - vores fabelagtige guide Med disse ord startede alle vores dage paa Tasmanien.... Ser man bort fra et par enkelte dage med regn og dis, havde han ret! Tasmanien er en utrolig flot oe, der en 1 1/2 gang stoerre end Danmark. Naturen er meget skiftende og det samme er vejret. Vores guide …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Lodge on Elizabeth Hobart
Beautifully restored. Welcoming hosts. Comfortable room. Tops.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.