Taras Richmond Farmstay
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the walking/wandering we would do that afternoon. We then basically retraced our steps, walking all over the city this time, including up to North Hobart, which seems to be the up-and-coming area of Hobart and felt more youthful than downtown. (The Winston is in North Hobart.) Favorite parts of our Hobart rambles were Battery Point (the oldest neighborhood in Hobart, which had a lot of houses I want to live in), Princes Park for its views from high above the ...
... feeling when I walked out of the trees out to the view of the ocean was absolutely amazing!! I have included a couple of photos but they really don't do it any justice it was so beautiful! There was about 10 of us down a mix of boys and girls. The boys surfing and the girls bathing in the heat. Lots of picnic food and water consumed we passed the hours away taking in this incredible view. We packed up around 4 and made our way back into town for dinner and then a good sleep. ...
... us in this awesome hotel.
We are all busy packing at the moment, its such a big rush!!!!
Today we have our KRINGLE EVENT!! ( christmas in july)
Tasmania has been so fun!!!!!
C U GUYZ TOMORROW!!
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Hey guys! Ten days has gone so fast and we're already leaving tomorrow! We've had so much fun in Tasmania and it has ...
... church up on the hill past the school. We went inside and it was stunning and so peaceful! A small church with lovely stained glass windows. We then walked back into the village and got back into the car.
On the way home we drove past a sign saying 'seven mile beach'. We decided to stop and take a look. It was amazing, white sands and pretty much we were the only people on it!! We had a walk along and I picked some beautiful shells as well as a purple ...
Today was a special day! First we had morning tee meeting with the Tasmanian Governor Peter Underwood and his wife Frances Underwood at the Governor House in Hobart. His Excellency is representing Queen Elisabeth II, the queen of Australia. In spite the very formal conduct (personal invitation and individual presentation of each of us with the ...