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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... River and to the coal mine penal ruins. Being sent here was the short straw reserved for the ‘badest’ of prisoners, not only did they have appauling living conditions they had to labour all day in thecoal mines. You could walk down under ground level to the solitary confinement cells called the ‘slab’ by prisoners because each stone walled cell was thesize of a single stone slab with no day light, Andy ventured down the tunnel passageway ...
... car park which was handy. I paid for the ticket in the machine, it's $6.00 now to park at the airport! We arrived home and the girls were pleased to see us. Smudge was really happy, I'm not sure about Jazzy though. Georgie was all over us like a rash and little Smudgy was lovin all over me outside before we came inside. We got all the bags in and Smudgy was following me around and came downstairs while I unpacked. With our four bags there was no room ...
... Could spend a lifetime learning about this beautiful culture.
Spent the rest of the afternoon wandering around the Salamanca art/craft stalls, having a coffee, reading my book, and being so tempted to buy so many lovely little things, favourite store called 'SpaceBar' filled with so many beautiful little bits and pieces. Went for a wander up to Battery point, however unfortunately the majority of the little places advised to go to were closed on Mondays ...
Hi blog readers from rainy Hobart, where I'm sitting at a desk on the 9th floor of the Travelodge with a grand view across the city, river and rolling hills into the mist beyond.. Nice scene, only slightly ruined by the brain numbing afternoon tv in the background.
We are down here having a break for a few days and making a long weekend of it. Fly down Thursday night, pick up a car, 2 nights in Hobart, then 2 nights in Launceston and fly back Monday. There was a ...
... wild animal encounter that could knock the socks off any zoo visit.
For our North coast tour we decided to drive to the end to a town called Stanley, stopping for the numerous Big Things along the way, then we would work our way back along the coast stopping where we fancied on the way back.
Stanley is the home to the Nut. The Nut is an old volcanic plug discovered by the explorers Bass and Flinders in 1798, who named it Circular Head. It has ...