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
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... up along route! In the morning we headed for cradle mountain, but it was covered in cloud and incredibly windy so we did some other short walks and then to the Tasmanian devil sanctuary instead and had a tour around there which was very interesting, then headed back to cradle mountain in the afternoon when the weather cleared up. Stunning views across Dove lake and onto cradle mountain! We stayed over night here again and in ...
... wind. Kids were making snowmen and
having a ball. Top temperature for the day 6 degrees and minimum - 2 degrees
Our noses wanted to run as it was so cold……….
The view was spectacular and I took more photos. It was nice
to come back down the bottom and home to the heater.
Another great day and the sun shone all day, I even got
around with long sleeved t-shirt .. Can take more of this weather 15 degrees
bring it on……
... have his tea? Maybe his Mrs came through with his favourite night dress on? Who knows but anyway, no beers and no donation to the fire brigade. We tried again the next morning but to no avail. Our night was a good laugh though, we played charades on the iPad, which lead to some quality answers from the none English speakers. Sometimes the Italians resorting to speaking in Italian and agreeing it was close enough for a point. Or "We don't have that word in Italian/German" being ...
After a couple months of hanging around Melbourne, Cortney and I became a bit stir crazy and it was time to get out of town. Our latest trip would take us to the southernmost part of Australia, the island of Tasmania. Originally settled as a penal colony, Tasmania is filled with interesting history and stunning landscapes. With 19 national parks covering nearly 40% of its land, the island has no shortage of things to do and see. Only a one hour flight from ...
We had a super early start to catch a plane to Tasmania. We were heading to Tasmania to do our regional work to gain our 2nd year visa. We arrived in Hobart and it was raining. We had a look around and then went for some dinner. We ended up going to this Italian and it absolutely delicious! We then went to meet the guy who we were going to be working for to take us to the lodges. We should have guessed straight away…he was a bit of a ...