Southern Lights Hotel

Address: 19 Kingston View Dr, Sandy Bay, Tasmania, 7050, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 19 Kingston View Dr, Sandy Bay, is near Salamanca Place, Mount Nelson Lookout, Salamanca Arts Centre, and Runnymede.
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          Travel Blogs from Sandy Bay

          Travelling to Big Smoke

          A travel blog entry by georgeescape on Jan 13, 2014

          ... jetty for fishing. Ryan lasted his infamous 10 minutes before giving up unsuccessfully. Stephen joined Daniel and within a matter of minutes I heard, "mum, mum, mum we caught one". Stephen caught a 27cm Salmon which Ryan and Stephen enjoyed as an entrée.

          There are lots of little tents, most probably backpackers who are fruit picking in the local area and a few caravans at this camp ground which is only $10 per night with flushing toilets, bbq located on ...

          From Couch to Kilimanjaro

          A travel blog entry by hobartfamily on Dec 20, 2013

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          ... The pictures on here show how pudgy I was getting when we did the overland track in January this year. I really noticed my fitness had gone. Finally when we joined the kids for the winter cross country running this winter around March or April 2013 I rediscovered the joy of running. Regular running had begun. Then started the gym. Next came some fun runs and some longer ...

          Ashes Victory & Mount Wellington

          A travel blog entry by james_ramshaw on Jul 15, 2013

          8 photos

          ... the city of Hobart with the low clouds blowing through, and to the west the national parks with their rolling hills and forestry. From every angle Tasmania was showing off the beauty that it is famous for. After returning to the hostel I decided to test if the Tasmanian version of fish and chips, matched those of good old Blighty. After enquiring with the locals for the best place around for the dish, I was pointed in ...

          Travelling to Paris

          A travel blog entry by colin62 on Jul 09, 2013

          3 photos

          We left home at 8.30am on Tuesday 9 July then to Sydney and departed for Singapore at 3.00pm and arrived at 11.15pm. We had the Australian under 23 rowers on our plane travelling to their world championships but I didn't see Max McQueeney.
          Two and a half hours at Changi Airport then I was able to get 4 middle row seats for Sofie and me to spread out for our 12 and a half hour trip to Paris and we arrived at 6.30am on Wed 10.
          As Sofie said, tiring but worth ...

          My First Solo Travel

          A travel blog entry by hillie on Sep 25, 2011

          ... decided to look for the city mosque. I thought it was quite near to walk but I forgot that Hobart has some mean slopes. I almost died while walking...felt a sense of relief when I finally spotted the mosque! Anyway, I wanted to pray there but decided not to cos I was tired and I had tights underneath my jeans, so taking ablution in public would be a hassle heh.