Wrest Point Mountain Side
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- Swimming pool
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... was just about to begin. We thought the keepers would go in and feed the animals and we’d get to watch, but we actually got a chance to feed them with a pair of tongs though a metal mesh window. Georgia didn’t say no when she was asked, infact she was so quick to get to the window I didn’t even have time to take a photo.
Then we wandered off to the devil enclosure and saw them being fed and the keeper explained a bit more about ...
... in the CBD for much needed warming coffee and a look around. We hopped back on and completed the circuit. Lots of old and interesting buildings but also very hilly city very reminiscent of Wellington NZ. We spent some time walking around the waterfronts Docks area including the obvious fish and chips lunch. Late afternoon we headed home via the local bus for a rest before dinner at a local ...
... 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 ...
We awoke to a rainy start in Hobart and headed down to Salamanca Square for some breakfast in a cafe while we decided what to do. As the weather was not great we ate up and went back to the hotel picked the car up and headed out for a drive with no where in mind, we headed west out of Hobart past Battery Point and on towards Sandy Bay. There did not appear to be much at either of these places so we decided to head towards some wineries, we pulled up at one ...
... Ball and Chain, down at Salamander Place.
We went walking all around the city and down by the pier and checked out a few places including the markets we are going to in the morning. We then were on a mission to find a bottle shop! It was harder than it sounds! Came back with sore feet and ready to share a bottle of bubbly!
We are just back from having dinner at Ball and Chain and ...