Blue Hills Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Hills Motel Hobart
The benefits are the motel is near to city, cheap, and the service is okay.
But the drawbacks are the motel is hard to find and the wifi is not working well
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Blue Hills Motel Hobart
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Sorry to anyone reading I have been unable to update this whilst we have been in Tasmania as internet connection is difficult. Anyway as I write we are heading from Bicheno on the East cost inland and north to Cradle mountain.So we arrived in Tas having flew into Hobart from Melbourne – what a difference - like a different world. Hired a car and the first thing about Hobart is that its spotlessly clean – even the fishing boats in the harbour are polished! ...
Went to the Reading Room with Nanna this morning, then afterwards we walked around town and I bought clothes from the second hand camping store. I bought a shirt, hat and a polar fleece vest.
For lunch we had sushi at one shop then dumplings at a Chinese restaurant.
when we got home Bec and Patrick arrived with Zac and Tom. ...
... 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 ...
... colours were
so intense. The Marakoopa Cave contained an underground river, fascinating formations and glow worms. This was a fabulous hiking day!
Probably the most popular part of Tasi is Cradle Mountain. We landed there on October
8, only to be bombarded with showers off and on for two days. (good thing we invested in $2.00 rain ponchos!) No matter – the trails were still do-able and the ...
The day before we left I was feeling very excited because Queensland has lots of exciting things to do and I couldn't wait to go to the theme parks! But we had to pack and I hate packing. Our friends that are coming with us are having a spring clean, their names are Jackie, Simon, Lucas and Oliver, but we call them the Fleishies. We met the Fleishies through sports, I play futsal, football and soccer with Lucas. With heaps of busyness there's lots of ...