TripAdvisor Reviews Ednam House Hobart
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... from home with all the small comforts (games, garden, large spaces, high speed internet, wine and cheeses provided! etc…) also right next to the expansive restaurants, parklands and marina.
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... any more. Mike reckons he had the best coffee in Melbourne so far. Made our way back to the van to pack up the tent and van to move it to our storage site at the same caravan park. ILLEGALLY we slept in the van on the storage site with no power or water as we did not want to move the van at 5 am before leaving for the airport. Early to bed but very little sleep to be had, due to high winds, rain and a little
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... that you could conceivably wear in the Canadan summer (our final stop after we (finally) cross the Pacific). Against all odds, and all previous experience, I find some half-readable books and some trousers that actually reach down to my shoes and don't look as though I have stolen them from a wino, Fred finds a lumberjack shirt which will have him blending in straight away, and Lynne (as usual) finds nothing wearable at all. Burnie is a mid-sized provincial town with a ...
... Has restaurants and cafés there, charges a healthy entrance fee and makes millions a year. The museum itself is a massive display of erotically historic prices, mixed with displays of the weird. Now I'm not an artistic person and I apologise if someone very arty reads this and the facts above are slightly wrong, however that's the story I got and that's the one I'm going with. As we arrived at MONA (which stands for the Museum of Old and New Art) and entered into the ...
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