Sullivans Cove Apartments
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Stayed the weekend in a two bedroom apartment - very spacious, clean, well appointed and perfect location.
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... story duplexes, was into Hobart, Tasmania's capital city. It reminds one of San Francisco in that there are many hills, on which are many clusters of houses, almost all looking down on the quite wide Derwent River. "Views R Us" should be Hobart's motto. Mt. Wellington (Kunanyi to the aboriginal people) at over 3,600 feet towers over the foothills where most people live. It does get snow in the winter. We are at the equivalent latitude of Vermont, belied by the ...
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... old mining gear rusting away peacefully in the bush at the edge of town; there is also a fully restored steam railway at the bottom of the main road. This place high up in the mountains, marrooned between two long, bendy alpine roads has a semi-abandoned ghost town feel. I thought we had arived on a national holiday or a sports festival, but things never changed for the whole 4 days we were here. I must admit we all loved the place, - it's faded signs and the ...
... up again soon, plans are already in motion for a reunion in Italy or Germany. I would like to thank the girls for being brilliant all week, they made it a pleasure to be a part of the trip and I'm so glad we decided on Tasmania, it really is a beautiful part of the world, one that if you ever get the chance to visit, you should definitely visit, who knows, maybe you will see Jimi taking more people around the island. Allowing them to disappear into a purple haze of euphoria as they fall in love with this ...
Friday 6 February Hobart
Sunny and warm 24
We packed and set off for Tasmania Golf Course, we had to move the cars by 8am so an earlier start than what we had anticipated. The course today would have to be one of the best in Tasmania, scenic with a lot of views over the river and undulating fairways with interesting holes made it a wonderful challenging day. Of course I won today, Dad did not have a good day and Chris hit the ball well but had ...