Grosvenor Court Apartments

Address: 42 Grosvenor St, Sandy Bay, Tasmania, 7005, Australia | 4 star motel
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This 4 star motel, located on 42 Grosvenor St, Sandy Bay, is near Salamanca Place, Salamanca Arts Centre, South Hobart, and Runnymede.
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      Travel Blogs from Sandy Bay

      Days 12 & 13 In & Around Hobart

      A travel blog entry by colindaines on Mar 02, 2014

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      Day 12. Another sunny day as we caught the local bus into the city for the famous Saturday Salamanca Markets down by the waterfront.Over 300 stalls of local produce, gifts, clothes, accessories nic-nacs & the like plus the shops and eateries housed in the adjacent buildings and squares up the alleyways. a very tiring but interesting morning.

      We even popped into ...

      Day 31 - Hobart Markets, Tastes & Open Water S

      A travel blog entry by ambro0 on Dec 28, 2013

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      ... we know the drum - if you want a whole table for your group, you've got to join the stampede when the gates are opened. We let Michelle do the running and carried her bag for her. Saw Michelle on TV tonight making the mad dash through the gate!! We had a prime position to see Ashley swim in the 1.2k open water swim. The water wasn't too bad - around 16-19degC. Some people don't even wear wet suits! After an enjoyable day at ...

      Wombats: the definition of cuteness

      A travel blog entry by journeyjoy on Dec 18, 2013

      16 photos

      ... and brie sandwich and looked around a Christmas gift shop. We stopped at an old church next for a quick photo opp and then rode to a scenic overlook of our ship and the town and the water. A few of us were looking at a bunny in the grass when out of nowhere a wild blue tongue skink emerged a couple feet from the bunny! You know you’re a reptile freak when this moment becomes more exhilarating than the koala petting experience.

      Swaggy Campers

      A travel blog entry by kdobie1 on Oct 27, 2013

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      ... the van on the 11th floor of the car park. Classic!

      We decide this time to head up the east coast of Tasmania to Freycinet National Park, we stopped a few places but every time we saw the ocean we had to stop. We visited wineries, cheese shops, honey shops, and of course fudge shops!

      We finally got to Freycinet National Park, we stopped in Coles bay which is a hidden gem of a town nestled behind the national park and has its own ...

      They Do Things Differently in Tassie

      A travel blog entry by james_ramshaw on Jul 17, 2013

      What I have come to discover from my time in Hobart, was that Tasmanians are not subjected to any kind of schedules, they will do what they want, when they want, regardless of anything else. A case in point was the last night of the cricket, we were enjoying watching it in a bar that advertised itself as being open until 12am. You can understand our surprise when 11 o'clock rolled around, 15 minutes before the end of the cricket, all of the televisions were turned off ...