Grosvenor Court Apartments
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- Free parking
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Now in Tassie, and settled in motel. Only problem is the weather - the Melbourne rain came too. Got soaked on our short walk to the fish and chip shop last night, and it continued raining all night, and pretty much all today. This was not what was ordered! Spent the morning in Hobart, which looks a pleasant place, and walked along the Marina before visiting a couple of museums. The Maritime Museum was interesting and gave a very ...
... yummy, quite frankly. We started off with a Black Angus Beef sausage from Brat Time accompanied by an apple cider. Not long after that Lotte begged for fish and chips, so we got some of those as well. We were just deciding whether we were ready for dessert when an extremely tasty looking taste platter caught our eye, consisting of quinoa salad, lamb, grilled salmon, salmon ceviche, patatas bravas, and a churro with chocolate sauce. The food had won ...
... traveller, I'm sure you want to hear some insightful travel tips. So here they are:
1. I have no idea how many clothes to pack. I was expecting much cooler weather, so I had a lot of warmer clothes I didn't wear. Don't pack too many clothes. Example: you won't need 6 pairs of leggings. You'll probably end up wearing the same pair of jeans for a week.
2. Hotel rooms in the UK might not necessarily have a fridge in the room. It pays to check.
... had their car on display (or had been and gone exploring – we had passed some near the markets). Again there were cars from all over Australia. There were a couple of stalls in the trade hall area and food vans around the place. Once we’d checked out the cars we waited for the Go-Whoa event. For anyone who doesn’t know what this is, a driver has to go from the start line and stop ON the finish line in the quickest time. It’s harder ...
... parking ticket and thankfully when we returned two hours later there was no ticket on our windscreen. We were just so excited to be in Hobart at last and had followed the crowd to the Salamanca Market without reading the parking sign properly!!
As expected, the market had numerous stalls selling everything one could possibly find at a market and a huge crowd milling around between the stalls. We were some of the few not from a cruise ship that had docked a couple ...